Package Tracker Status #Busy

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When I enter the formula for the package tracker I get the #Busy message in the cell...any ideas?

 

Formula Example:

=PACKAGE.STATUS(C2,FALSE)

 

1 Reply
PACKAGE.STATUS() sounds like a custom macro. is the file .xlsm or .xlsb? There is no way we can tell you why it is #Busy without the file to see what you are sending and what the macro is doing. (make sure to remove any personal/proprietary info)