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I am trying to get my macro to do this on open. Check if a1 is empty, if its empty run another macro (which is an input box to put something IN a1), but if A1 has something in it, DO NOTHING.

I keep getting errors, saying I'm not formulating my if statements correctly.

This is what I have:
Code:

 
Private Sub Workbook_Open()
If Range("a1") = "" Then macrox
else do nothing
End If
End Sub




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(The reason I need to do this is for importing into Access, the database treats empty cells as NULL which is what I want. Blank (but not empty) cells screw the import process up.)


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=IF(a1=0,"ERROR","")

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