In this article, we will create a macro to call another macro or execute a command after defined intervals of time.
To execute the macro, click on the “Start Timer” button.
On running the macro, “TimerMsg” macro will display a message box.
When a user clicks on the “OK” button, three seconds later, “MsgProcedure” macro will be called. “MsgProcedure” macro will display a message box.
In this example, we have created two macros “TimerMsg” and “MsgProcedure”. “TimerMsg” macro displays an information message and calls “MsgProcedure” after waiting for three seconds, as defined in the code.
Application.OnTime method is used to schedule a procedure to run at defined intervals of time.
Application .OnTime Time, Procedure_name
Time specifies the time interval at which procedure should be run.
Procedure_name defines the name of the procedure.
We have used Application.onTime method to schedule “MsgProcedure” macro.
Please follow below for the code
Option Explicit Sub TimerMsg() 'Declaring Date variable Dim AlertTime As Date 'Displaying message box at the start of the timer MsgBox "The alarm will go off in 3 seconds!" 'Setting timer time for 3 seconds after the activation time AlertTime = Now + TimeValue("00:00:03") 'Activating the timer and running the MsgProcedure at the end of the timer Application.OnTime AlertTime, "MsgProcedure" End Sub Sub MsgProcedure() 'Sample procedure created for timer example MsgBox "Three Seconds is up!" End Sub
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