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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!
As you know, a macro can automatically perform a series of actions.
Fortunately, you can disable the screen updating that normally occurs when you execute a macro.
To turn off screen updating, use the following statement: The range is filled much faster, and you don’t see the result until the macro is finished running and screen updating is (automatically) set to True.
The next time we run the procedure we don't want to be able to see the screen flickering in the background.When VBA works with data, execution speed depends on the number of bytes VBA has at its disposal.In other words, the fewer bytes data uses, the faster VBA can access and manipulate the data. If speed is critical, use the Long data type instead.To demonstrate the principle of this technique we'll need a small example procedure that makes lots of visible changes to the Excel workbook.You can either download the example here, or create a new blank workbook, add around five worksheets to it and then copy the code shown below into a new module.