Screenupdating excel 2016

21-Oct-2016 13:19

Also it is more apparent in Win10 since the window borders have effects like shadowing.

The flicker is more apparent if Excel is not maximized.

The way out of this frozen state is simple: Go back to the VBE, and execute the following statement in the Immediate window: If you have a worksheet with many complex formulas, you may find that you can speed things considerably by setting the calculation mode to manual while your macro is executing.

When the macro finishes, set the calculation mode back to automatic.

- Try this at the beginning of your procedure: This solved my flicker problem, but I didn't like how the excel application disappeared completely then suddenly reappeared for the user.

I was able to solve the issue to my liking by using a workaround this 'which window is on top' problem.

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In that case you should use the below procedure to clear all empty cells and then delete the row. Screen Updating = False For Each usedrng In Active Sheet. I am not doing anything with sheet names so I'm not sure how its relevant. Close False End Sub I've renamed the active Workbook variable to current Workbook to avoid confusion.Long-running, high-end Excel-based applications that I developed years ago and that run beautifully in Excel 20 look like Amateur Hour in Excel 20 because Application. The screen unfreezes apparently when VBA code copies a preformatted worksheet from the macro workbook into a new workbook, although other circumstances must trigger it as well. I’ve seen the threads on this subject that recommend “fiddling with the code” or “calling the code in a subroutine”.

In that case you should use the below procedure to clear all empty cells and then delete the row. Screen Updating = False For Each usedrng In Active Sheet.

I am not doing anything with sheet names so I'm not sure how its relevant.

Close False End Sub I've renamed the active Workbook variable to current Workbook to avoid confusion.

Long-running, high-end Excel-based applications that I developed years ago and that run beautifully in Excel 20 look like Amateur Hour in Excel 20 because Application. The screen unfreezes apparently when VBA code copies a preformatted worksheet from the macro workbook into a new workbook, although other circumstances must trigger it as well.

I’ve seen the threads on this subject that recommend “fiddling with the code” or “calling the code in a subroutine”.

By leaving the main window alone, and forcing other workbooks to become not visible, letting the code run, then bringing them back to visible, it stopped flickering. I have been experimenting with this technique, and although it doesn’t stop the flickering completely, it improves the result in an important way: It restores visibility to the Status Bar message, which I update every few seconds to show the application’s progress.