Constantly updating time excel

01 Sep

Is there some way in Excel to set a spreadsheet to automatically recalculate itself every x seconds?

I haven't been able to find a setting in Excel itself, perhaps indicating that no such feature exists. (The latter may or may not sound like a silly question, but I have no prior experience with writing Excel macros and as such have no idea what its capabilities are in terms of manipulating spreadsheets.) This code will create a clock, updated every 10 seconds.

Update date and time by a Command Button with VBA code Command Button (Active X Control). Right click the inserted Command Button, then click View Code from the right-clicking menu.3.

In the popping up Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window, please replace the original code with the below VBA code.

On Time is at: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/ff196165Dim Run When As Date Sub Start Timer() Dim seconds Between As Integer seconds Between = 1 Run When = Now Time Serial(0, 0, seconds Between) Application.

On Time Earliest Time:=Run When, Procedure:="Code To Run", Schedule:=True End Sub Sub Stop Timer() On Error Resume Next Application.

The code below is based nearly exclusively on the code at this link: reference for Application.

Normally, many Excel users tend to insert timestamp with the formula =NOW().

With this formula, the inserted timestamp will be update automatically every time you open the workbook.

Is there an HTML solution for this that I could use instead?

I know that NOW () and TODAY () and DATE () will insert the current date (and time in some cases).