Excel turn off screenupdating
Excel turn off screenupdating
The conclusions of this test are: Excel 2010 and Excel 2013 are noticeably faster than Excel 2007.and the times are comparable to the first set of tests with Screen Updating False.
Like I said in the previous post, please place "Option Explicit" at the top of the module and click Debug-Hi Malik When you say the screen updating works fine for you, do you mean you don't get a message in the status bar saying Word is updating the fields in this document, the document will not look fully opened but the title of the document will appear at the top.I also tried repeating the tests with the Formats sheet active but hidden behing the VBE window.The timings were virtually the same as with the Formats sheet visible. It just sits in memory not doing anything except using up your resources. Plus you never "Close" the document and "Exit" the application. When my macro runs i get a message Word is updating the field codes in the document. Then place the names of travel expenses in say D5 and training expenses in F5.
I have tried setting screenupdating, displayalerts, displaystatusbar = false but i still get the message and it shows the macro going to the next doc. Are you using office 2007 and when you run the code you are running in debug mode?
Visible = True here; but your code will 'run faster if you don't make it visible 'Open the workbook Set o WB = o XL. Open(File Name:=Workbook To Work On) Set o Sheet = o WB. Everytime it offsets it opens the cell value say c:\forms\travel expenses ; if travel expenses is in the cell.
Screen Updating = False Workbook To Work On = "C:\forms\index.xls" 'If Excel is running, get a handle on it; otherwise start a new instance of Excel On Error Resume Next Set o XL = Get Object(, "Excel. Number 0 Then Excel Was Not Running = True Set o XL = New Excel. Screen Updating = False End If On Error Go To Err_Handler 'If you want Excel to be visible, you could add the 'line: o XL. When the macro is called for May2008, May2008 is found in say C5 and offsetting of cells will take place.
Value Ex Fn List = Ex Fn List & Excel FN & "|" If Excel FN "" Then 'Declare new doc as b Doc Set b Doc = Documents. On Time Now Time Serial(0, 0, 10), "Clear Status" End If Loop Until Excel FN = "" Set c = . Show End With Else Msg Box ("Document " Word FN " does not contain additional Forms") End If End With If Excel Was Not Running Then o XL. Close End If 'Make sure you release object references. And I still don't know why you are creating a whole new word application when it doesn't seem to do anything.
Status Bar = Left$("Printing " & Excel FN & " for Doc " & Word FN, 300) 'Application. Text Box1 = "Document " & Word FN & " has the following forms attached: " & Chr(10) & Replace(Ex Fn List, "|", " . Screen Updating = False For Each o Story In Current Doc. I placed in the C drive and I made a folder called 'forms' in the C directory with a blank workbook called "index.xls" and I still had a problem running the code. Forms will have to be manually inserted and printed.
Conditional Formats are not directly evaluated by a calculation.