In some examples we turn off Calculation and Screenupdating. The reason we turn off calculation is in case the range in which we are deleting rows contains lots of formulas, if it does Excel may need to recalculate each time a row is deleted, slowing down the macro. nothing happens but If first I move the window around (by dragging it's title bar) and then I click the button it will actually Maximize the Window. Not sure why but the only way i can get the I've spend a while battling with this problem too, reading various blogs and posts.I've found a very simple way to achieve the desired outcome in VBA using just one line of code.Gurs does not want to speed up his benchmark because that would destroy his historic speed comparisons.But the problem is that a large portion of the time in his benchmark is taken by screen updating, and so his benchmark results vary significantly depending what part of the worksheet is actually visible on the screen, and hence how many visible cells get refreshed at each calculation.I ran Gurs benchmark on my desktop PC with Excel 2003 to Excel 2013., with a constant screen area visible (rows 8 and columns A: BF).Since I cannot install Excel 2016 on the same PC as previous versions without causing unwanted problems I used a VM on my desktop and also ran the benchmark on my Surface Pro 3.
His results seem to show a massive performance decline in later Excel versions.
This process does a lot of things behind the scene, such as updating records, deleting and recreating tables, or emptying tables. Document deletions such as deleting a table or report 3.
By default, Access prompts for confirmation when each of the following three actions takes place. Action queries such as insert, update, or delete query. Click the Edit/Find tab and uncheck the three checkboxes in Confirm section.
Category: General VBA | [Item URL] Note: This document was written for Excel 97 - 2000. Is there a listing of all of the Excel objects I can use? The online help includes the information in a graphical format.
I’m overwhelmed with all the properties and methods available.