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When the macro finishes, set the calculation mode back to automatic.

The following statement sets the Excel calculation mode to manual: If your code uses cells with formula results, turning off calculation means that the cells will not be recalculated unless you explicitly tell Excel to do so!

Option Explicit Sub macro1() Dim i As Long, lrow As Long Application.

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In other words - when I click run - I just want a message saying "Macro Running" or something - then the code will run and finish and the finished position will be displayed with a message like "Macro Finished".

I don't want users to see the screen 'flicking' around as the code moves between cells and worksheets Any help gratefully recieved Dan Dan Auber Dan [email protected], The code to stop the screen updating is Application. Msg Box "Macro complete", vb OKOnly vb Information, "Title"Application.

Here is a pic of the status bar while the macro is running.

Once we use at the end of the code, it will revert to the default Excel message which is READY.

Access97 (and probably 2000, don't know yet)will NOT turn your screen updating back on, until you explicitly tell it to. You'll get a frozen application, and have to kill it useing the task manager.

By John Walkenbach VBA for Excel 2016 is fast, but it’s not always fast enough.

The command to turn screen updating back on is: Do Cmd.

Echo True*** WARNING ***If you use this, MAKE SURE you include error checking, and if you recieve ANY error,turn your screen updating back on.

This sometimes causes Excel’s application window to become totally unresponsive.

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