Excel 2016 vba application screenupdating false
I know there are lots of threads relating to this topic, like don't use "Select" or "Activate" or set it to false if you need to use it.
I set it to False every time I use "select" or "activate", but it still not working, please help!!
Range("$C$1", "$C" & Last Record Row), False, True, , sht.
I'm really struggling to find anything else to suggest.
Not sure what else to suggest.djikay, thank you a lot for this, now I'm able to identify where is the bad guy messing up my setting, and you're right, it is the regress that make the setting back to TRUE. Screen Updating = False before and after the regress statement, all screens are still flickering, any suggestions on that? Also, I read somewhere that having any watches active might cause a problem, so try removing any watches you may have and see if that makes any difference.
Also, screen updating won't work if you're debugging/stepping through the code. There may be something else messing up the setting.
Delete Do While i throughout your code and, after your routine has finished, check to see if at any point it changes value.
I'm pretty new to VBA, but I've found my way around by reading through these forums. Screen Updating not working and after researching online, I can't find an answer to my problem. Activate With Worksheets("Add Tasks to Month's Calendars") . Protect Password:="young C", _ Contents:=True, User Interface Only:=True End With End Sub I apologize for the misunderstanding in the question. Screen Updating doesn't stop all screen changes: do you see the data being pasted etc?I've created a Daily Checklist application in excel that gives a month view in the Daily Checklist. You should just see it changing sheets and workbooks [email protected] unfortunately the macro recorder will rarely show 'good' ways to do things, but it is useful for finding out certain properties or when dealing with things like pivot tables / data connections.The tasks line up in rows and you simply select yes, no or N/a, for that task for the day on the calendar. Using Personally I would just set the screenupdating property to false without checking it, once the VBA has finished running the screen will update as normal.You can save the checklist and it copies the information to a data sheet in a separate tab. Also I think that the problem is that the second peice of code that runs when you open the worksheet does not turn screenupdating to false so you will see all the movements you described.Everything works perfectly except when saving the information the Application. I've tried moving it around in different areas, but nothing seems to work. Excel doesn't remember that the screenupdating was set to false by a previous macro and even if it did the code you have turns it back on anyway. Activate With Worksheets("Add Tasks to Month's Calendars") . Protect Password:="young C", _ Contents:=True, User Interface Only:=True End With End Sub Quite agree.Screenupdating isn't working and the user ends up seeing the flickering and jumping back and forth between the data sheet and the calendar view. Here's the Save checklist sub: Sub Save_Checklist() Dim Checklist_Date Dim Completed As Long Dim Left_to_Complete As Long Dim Database_Date As Range Dim Database_Row As Long Dim b Scr Update b Scr Update = Application. ", vb Yes No Cancel, "Reset the Calender") = vb Yes Then Checklist_Date = Worksheets("Daily Checklist"). You should be able to solve this by setting screenupdating to false on your first line, the modification is shown below. If I did store this value I would, though, declare it as a Boolean. If application.screenupdating = true and you set application.screenupdating = true again, you will see the screen flicker.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating