I have a user defined function that does not recalculate, Computer Engineering

Contain all the cells that your UDF depends on in the argument list. Or enter this as the first statement in your Function:

Application.Volatile

This will cause the function to be implemented whenever a calculation happens in the workbook             

 

 

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