On the eve before Christmas, I'm writing this article on VBA code optimization for my blog readers as a gift. For example, a macro that required several seconds to complete in an earlier version of Excel may require several minutes to complete in a later version of Excel.It contains both the knowledge and good practices which if followed and used effectively then it might put you in elite category of excellent VBA programmers. This problem may occur if the following conditions are true: * The VBA macro modifies the properties of many rows or columns.
Screen Updating = False time2 = any Copy() Msg Box "再描画ありは" & time1 & "秒、再描画無しは" & time2 & "秒" Application.
All these small details matter, that's why I asked for a small workbook sample.
See the sample code below and you can fill in the necessary data. All the data on the geography tab Copyto is the one to copy into They are all in a directory c:\My Documents\Weeklies Thanks again for your help I have one little problem, when the workbooks are created, the first time they are opened a macro runs to populate the workbook.
NOTE: These macros do not turn the Auto Filter off.
They just change the Visible Drop Down property to False, for some columns. Screen Updating = False For Each c In Range(Cells(1, 1), Cells(1, i)) If c. Screen Updating = False For Each c In Range(Cells(1, 1), Cells(1, i)) Select Case c.