By passing this method a True or a False value, you can indicate whether you want to display updating within the main Access window.The form includes a checkbox that allows you to run the test with screen updates enabled or disabled.which obviously isn't working because the screen updates a whole lot afterwards. I almost wish this were more complicated; the fact that everything looks so simple is making it difficult to think of what could possibly be happening! So this morning application.screen Updating was working as expected. The test code that I wrote is below: Sub test() Debug. One thing that seems to be common among those modules not working, is that they all contain code that changes worksheets. In any case, it's a real mystery why this happens from one day to another!I started to debug, and immediately after the "Screen Updating = false" line executes, I go to the immediate window and type: Debug. Any clues on how to solve it would be greatly appreciated. Screen Updating = True End Sub _________________________________________________________ Private Sub Check_for_Open_Workbook() Application. Then comment out the line which turns off screen updating and see what happens; you should find that you scroll down the sheet as the numbers get filled.
In worksheets that have a large amount of formulas, this behavior can drastically slow down your macros. Calculation property to tell Excel to switch to manual calculation mode.
As always, the post comes with a link to the used Progress Indicators Speed Comparison Tool for free download.
Displaying a progress indicator in the status bar (at bottom left of the Excel application window) is the easiest approach.
Echo does: As a matter of fact, the reason this procedure exists at all is because the techniques used in this topic work great in Access 2002 and later, but may not work correctly in earlier versions?
it may be that if you're running Access 2000 or earlier, using Application.
Sub load Portfolio() Dim i Test As Integer, portfolio Version As String Application. :-) Basically, after all those statements (and between each one) Screen Updating remains "True". Screen Updating = False For i = 1 To 10000 Worksheets("Sheet1"). Screenupdating = False worked perfectly in Excel 2007 until last week, when it remained True however many times I tried to set it to False.