Application screenupdating vba
The attached has worked very well - Excel 2010 in Windows 10 The attached sub routine loops through a list of sheets and for each sheet calls in the arguement also shown.
As the model has grown in size I have started to encounter the screen flickering as the macro jumps from one sheet to another - despite scren Updating being false and also the run time has gone from 1 minute to 4 minutes The net is awash with this problem and ideas on causes however the use of Select is commonly blamed Ignorance on my part means that I cannot alter the use of Select in my code to see if the flickering stops.
Hi, I'm building a 3D first person shooter in Excel at the moment, using autoshapes to draw the environment background (ground, air) and objects (buildings, bad guys, shadows).
To get the framerate smooth, i have tried several options, with poor results: Agree with Skip. I am not sure if VBA can do similar API manipulation of DCs as VB itself.
I would appreciate if someone could give me guidance on how to circumvent the use of Select in this code It is so much easier if you attach an example workbook containing the code.
I have attempted to edit your code but I cannot test it.
When I have a final version of my code I always write up the detail, with comment, in a separate Word Document - just what I do for sensitive workbooks I will test the code as quickly as I can Thanks I have run the code and it successfully extracts the data for filters 1 and 2 but for filter 3 the results are corrupted in that it appears not to be looping through each sheet, that has content, 7 seven times also the extracts are incomplete.
Range("WFDrop")) Is Nothing Then Sheets("Waterfall"). But really it just isn't showing that anything changed. Is this the original code or the code after you removed the "Application. With screenupdating false, it looks like the application crashed. Range("WFDrop")) Is Nothing Then Sheets("Waterfall"). You will have to test this and loet me know if any errors occur and the line they occur on.Good Morning Thanks for the quick response Re your comments Sensitivity issues precluded me attaching the relevant workbook and a mock up would not necessarilly be reflective of the complexity.