Vba application screen updating


20-Feb-2018 21:10

Disabling the screen in Access is the same as in Excel. Instead of using a macro, link your button to a subroutine and execute the queries from there.Don't forget error handling & turn the screen on before you try to msgbox an error or exit the sub.What method (action) are you using to execute your queries in the macro? I use the following Macro Options: Action: Open Query View: Datasheet Data Mode: Edit I would like to have each query saved with a different query name, so that I can modify them easily.So, I prefer Open Query action rather than Run SQL action.Normally, Excel will recalculate a cell or a range of cells when that cell's or range's precedents have changed.This may cause your workbook to recalculate too often, which will slow down performance.

A form's Resize event as well as firing when a user resizes a form, also fires when a form is loaded.

[/size][/font] Try the following steps and let me know what happens: If it does not do the trick in a macro setting, I will show you how to accomplish it with just a few lines of VBA code. Before running your macro, make sure that the checkbox for confirming action queries is unchecked. Modify your macro to sandwich the Open Query action between the Set Warnings On = No and Set Warnings On = Yes actions as shown.

Action ............................................... Arg uments Set Warnings ................................... On = No Open Query................................... View = Datasheet; Data Mode = Edit Set Warnings .....................................

You can use Excel's standard worksheet functions in your VBA code, rather than writing the functions in VBA.

Since these are fully executable instructions in native code, rather than interpreted VBA code, they run much faster.

Ed Disabling the screen in Access is the same as in Excel. Instead of using a macro, link your button to a subroutine and execute the queries from there.