Screenupdating com add ins excel planet

20-Sep-2019 21:42

However, I *can* change the Screen Updating from the immediate window. Screen Updating = False b Global Change Event = True Application. About to go home for the day, but I plan on trying to print Application. So while Screen Updating always is True in debug mode, this is not the issue for me. Sub load Portfolio() Dim i Test As Integer, portfolio Version As String Application. :-) Basically, after all those statements (and between each one) Screen Updating remains "True". Screen Updating = False For i = 1 To 10000 Worksheets("Sheet1"). Screenupdating = False worked perfectly in Excel 2007 until last week, when it remained True however many times I tried to set it to False.Enable Events" was changing from True to False, so all the people who say that in debug mode it never changes, this is not right to say that!Yes indeed, the screen continues to be updated so that you can see the changes happen, but the value of this variable DOES CHANGE effectively. YES I remember that when I brought the last change to my code, I had indeed set a watch, but since I am working on customizing the ribbon, I save and close very often my excel file and I have certainly not deleted all the watches before posting my updates to prod.

As soon as my code leaves the procedure where Application.

Hence, what I did is to follow tjeffryes' recommendation and created a new watch on any variable.

I set it to "All procedures" and "All modules" for the context, ran the procedure as usual in debug mode, then deleted the watch, closed the VB Code editor, and it was back to normal, the screen not being updated as my code was stating properly! I was able to solve my issue by deleting the Application. It appears that there is no single solution to this problem.

I really hope this will help some other people coming here for the same issue since indeed, this is the kind of things very time consuming and going you crazy! yes a common occurrence is when you call another piece of code. Each person may be experiencing it for a different reason.

I was killing myself over why the heck screen updating was not set to false!!!! I solved my problem with a very simple solution: At the very very end of the code put: Application. Just try everything on this page and see if it works for you!

As soon as my code leaves the procedure where Application.

Hence, what I did is to follow tjeffryes' recommendation and created a new watch on any variable.

I set it to "All procedures" and "All modules" for the context, ran the procedure as usual in debug mode, then deleted the watch, closed the VB Code editor, and it was back to normal, the screen not being updated as my code was stating properly! I was able to solve my issue by deleting the Application. It appears that there is no single solution to this problem.

I really hope this will help some other people coming here for the same issue since indeed, this is the kind of things very time consuming and going you crazy! yes a common occurrence is when you call another piece of code. Each person may be experiencing it for a different reason.

I was killing myself over why the heck screen updating was not set to false!!!! I solved my problem with a very simple solution: At the very very end of the code put: Application. Just try everything on this page and see if it works for you!

I started to debug, and immediately after the "Screen Updating = false" line executes, I go to the immediate window and type: Debug. Any clues on how to solve it would be greatly appreciated. Screen Updating = True End Sub _________________________________________________________ Private Sub Check_for_Open_Workbook() Application.