Excel 2016 screenupdating false not working

”, you may have to consider digging into optimizing your code a little.

I admit that allowing Excel to update the screen each time your macro makes a change, helps during development, but it slows down the code a lot.

Screen Updating = False On Error Resume Next If Target.

Screen Updating = True End Sub Private Sub Worksheet_Activate() On Error Resume Next Sheets(Active Cell. Note: Theses codes are only applied to the sheet names which match your hyperlink text.

When you click one hyperlink, the linked hidden sheet will be opened at once as following screenshot shown: Follow hyperlink to open hidden sheet with VBA code Follow hyperlink to open hidden sheet and then hide it again with VBA code The following VBA code may help you to open the hidden worksheet when clicking its relative hyperlink, please do as this: 1.

Right click the sheet tab that you want to follow the hyperlink to hidden sheet, and then choose View Code from the context menu, in the popped out Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window, please copy and paste the following code into the blank Module: Private Sub Worksheet_Selection Change(By Val Target As Range) 'Updateby Extendoffice 20161109 Application.

Then save ad clos the code window, when you click the hyperlink, the linked hidden sheet will be opened immediately, but, if you go back the master sheet which contains the hyperlinks, the opened sheet will be hidden automatically again.

In the picture, three examples are shown that format either the active cell only; the active cell’s entire row and column, or the row and column within the active cell’s current region. To install this behavior for a worksheet, right-click on that worksheet tab, select View Code, and paste either of the following procedures (but not more than one at a time per worksheet) into the large white area that is the worksheet module.

We may also choose to use the width property of a control and resize it as the code progresses, to display a progress bar of sorts.

A fellow struggler, a good friend of mine, used to create dedicated forms for each of his macros, just to display a progress bar.

Sometimes you want to see where you are on the worksheet, or highlight relevant ranges as you navigate, depending on which cell you have currently selected.

Screen Updating = False With Active Cell Range(Cells(.

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