With Analytics Edge Core Add-in, you can run an Analytics Edge macro (e.g. “MyMacro”) from Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), using code similar to the following:
Dim a As String a = Application.Run("
Be careful of code conflicts between your VBA functionality and the Analytics Edge macro.
For example, if you wanted to trigger a refresh of the macro “Traffic Sources!$A$10″* when the value in cell A1 changed, you could write:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range) Dim a As String If Not Intersect(Target, Me.Range("A1")) Is Nothing Then a = Application.Run("AnalyticsEdge.RunMacro", "Traffic Sources!$A$10") End If End Sub
*this would be a default named macro created when the cell A10 was selected on the Traffic Sources worksheet.
Note that you can also run VBA macros from Analytics Edge macros as well:
See Using the Run Macro Function
New for v8.2: Now you can refresh all queries and macros simply by running a macro name of “RefreshAll”!
Updated for v8.2.