I have a macro that I am running to paste data into an excelsheet. When I paste the data I want to add the time I did that so I can see when I last updated the data.
I found an easy solution for that:
[F2] = Now
looks simple and works like a charm. But then there’s a problem. This only works if the cell I want the data in is on the same tab as I am running the macro from, but i want that timestamp on another tab. I tried to change the “Overview”tab and back to “Orders” but it doesnt work:
Sheets("Overview").Select [F2] = Now Sheets("Orders").Select
It just gives a 400 error with no explanation. Does anybody know the solution?
Select completely, it is not needed. Probably the error is somewhere in the logic of the other code. However, this should work:
Worksheets("Overview").Range("F2") = Now
or with different syntactic sugar:
Worksheets("Overview").[F2] = Now