The solution should find itself at some point, even if the number of permutations of possible solutions makes a mathematician boggle minded. Cheers SethEden http://Blog.SethEden.com Friday, November 14, 2008 10:57 I had a look again and it was another sub that the macro was calling that was causing the problem. It was eating at me!! I agree completely with westconn1 that reading and writing fully qualified ranges is a far superior practice to selecting everything, but sometimes if you're working with someone else's code, it may this contact form
I want to be able to do the whole process without that "flickering". Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Jan 27th, 2009,02:46 AM #9 GTO MrExcel MVP Join Date Dec 2008 Location Phoenix, Arizona Posts 5,754 Re: Application.ScreenUpdating Extensions: VSTO-based application-level Office add-ins Applications: Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio, InfoPath Office versions: 2003, 2007, 2010 (x86 and x64) IDE: VSTO 2005 SE, 2008, 2010; VB.NET, C# Overview Outlook-specific features Code: Sub Test_ORIG() Dim i As Integer Application.ScreenUpdating = False For i = 1 To 40 ActiveCell = i ActiveCell.Offset(, 1).Value = Application.ScreenUpdating ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select Next i Application.ScreenUpdating = True ActiveCell.Value
It appears that there is no single solution to this problem. Cleaning up when you're done. The interesting thing is that *some* of my modules allow ScreenUpdating to be set to False, there's only a few that don't. Compare Excel | Excel Templates | DownloaderXL Pro Finance Templates & Add-In Bundle | NeuroXL Predictor | Construction Estimating Merge Excel The Easy Way | Trading Add-ins For Excel
I've also seen cases where setting screenupdating=False doesn't appear to hold, usually, in my use cases, this is the result of Selecting or Activating other worksheets. Whe you set focus back to Excel (via Select etc) ScreenUpdating it set back to True. Despite this, as you have noted, when code switches subs the screen is updated (I get this even when the subs are in the same module). Excel Vba Screenupdating Flicker Requirements Visual Studio versions: 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 WiX versions: 3.6 and higher OverviewThis technology is now available for our custom development services only.
You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. Click here to join today! Thank you..it was annoying. https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/c94932a8-9cc4-452e-bbf1-fe550edb2d92/applicationscreenupdating-problems?forum=isvvba Can someone explain this visual proof of the sum of squares?
Then put it in debug mode and step through with screen updating turned off again, you should find that you still see the numbers going in one by one. Excel Screenupdating True Not Working Utensil that forms meat into cylinders Inconsistent size of parentheses in Latin Modern and Computer Modern Bringing whale meat in to the EU Apply for a Secret CIA Job Ultrasonic Sensors First Name Please enter a first name Last Name Please enter a last name Email We will never share this with anyone. A bit drastic though, would prefer another option....
Try setting ScreenUpdating to true, then immediately false again just after changing the cell in question (you might also need to Activate the appropriate sheet just before the ScreenUpdating to make sure For testing purposes, I have freshly opened Excel (2003 SP3) and into the brand new workbook, added the following macro: ***************** Sub Test() Application.ScreenUpdating = False For i = 1 To Application.screenupdating = False Not Working 2013 Can it work? Application.screenupdating = False Not Working 2016 Alan P.s.
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If you use macros that se it back on then I do have a solution but you will have to add 2 or 3 lines of code. Advertisement Recent Posts no internet access cwwozniak replied Nov 15, 2016 at 12:07 PM theme error DaveA replied Nov 15, 2016 at 12:00 PM Photo Box is Black with No Picture Thanks. http://drivit.net/not-working/response-setcontenttype-application-vnd-ms-excel-not-working.html Sheet2 does some calculations and needs to update values on Sheet2 and Sheet1.
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To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Share a link to this question via email, Google+, Twitter, or Facebook. I sometimes find my event code not working, and must arbitrarily (in the immediate window) enter the Application.EnableEvents = True and WALA!! Excel Vba Screen Refresh No other way to stop screen flicker for badly coded programs?
But if you've put the simple "Application.ScreenUpdating = True" at the end of the sub, you'll get two redraws (flickers) instead of just the one. SethEden wrote: 3.) If I I saw this workaround (and it does not work for me) Sub test() application.screenupdating = false call yourcodesub() application.screenupdating = true end sub sub yourcodesub() 'your I tried using Application.ScreenUpdating = False, but it still flickers. his comment is here If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started.
Sheet2 does some calculations and needs to update values on Sheet2 and Sheet1. I have encountered the same symptoms and can't think as to why it's happening. The Application.ScreenUpdating is turned on outside of the procedure. That way you can be sure if it is working or not.