Application screenupdating false not working
I am sure that the coding could be improved but you don't add any notes to explain in the code.
How will you remember what it is doing when you come back to this code later?
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i do my best to test code works before i post it, but sometimes am unable to do so for some reason, and usually say so if this is the case. Screen Updating = True End If For j = 1 To 200000 ws. Finally I must add that those two Excel run on different machines: Excel 2010 with W7 and Excel 2013 with W8 I think that's all, for now you should avoid any code that selects or activates anything, work with fully qualified ranges instead of selection i believe that screenupdating can only be relied on to work correctly within the procedure it is called, if in doubt just put at the beginning of every procedure i do my best to test code works before i post it, but sometimes am unable to do so for some reason, and usually say so if this is the case.
Screen Updating = False means that it will not show what is code is running on screen. Workbook Varbooks = Array("Test1", "Test2", "Test3", "Test4", "Test5", "Test6") For Each var Book In Varbooks Set wb = Workbooks.
Close False End With Next var Book End Sub To my understanding setting Application. Screen Updating = False Dim Varbooks Dim var Book Dim wb As Excel.
Close& ".xls" End With Next var Book Public Sub Refresh On Open() Dim wks As Worksheet Dim qt As Query Table For Each wks In Worksheets For Each qt In wks.
Screen Updating = True Msg Box "done" End Subthank you vbfbryce I'll try and check that out as soon as I get to an Excel 2013 Meanwhile I can add something that could help you help me out I get the unwanted flickering occurs while switching between workbooks.
i must admit that my Screen Update does not help to make the code readable so this mistake could have happened to many of us...
To follow up on Pete and DS, why are you switching between workbooks? Screenupdating=false won't prevent the "switching" from being displayed, so I'm not understanding why you wouldn't see that in 2010 as well.
Screen Updating' set to False (and store its previuous value) before going through it.
and then I also put calls to my Screen Updatejust(True, previous Screen Update) at the end of every procedure to set it back to its previuous value so the issue could be the my Screen Updatejust() doesn't work properly @DS: I always use my Screen Update() in the following way - first to set Application.