Vba no screen updating

I have tried to find a solution to this problem which I found threads back in 2014 that indicated it was a common problem with excel 2013 that at that time had not been resolved or not work around had been found. Screen Updating = True" does not seem to stop the screen flicker when switching back and forth between the two workbooks. If there is a size limit, why not copy\paste the large range by dividing it up into smaller sub-ranges?

Slicer Caches("Slicer_Monat") Set sc8 = This Workbook. You will need to install the Power Query Add-In that Microsoft provides to do this. If were so simple to copy across the entire range I would, but these are ledger sheets and the structure for each is slightly different than the next with three different column structure each with different starting rows for what is being copied. Display Alerts = False End Sub Public Sub Stroboscope On() Application. Calculation = xl Calculation Automatic Application. Has anyone found a solution to stop the screen updating that occurring when switching or Activating between two workbooks? I can't give you specifics without better understanding what you are doing. Display Alerts = True End Sub " In the actual code I am running I call the "Stroboscope Off" as well as "Application. Once that was completed I am running an excel complier to create an file. I am still interested in finding out more from Marvin P regarding power-query. Hi dentler, If those large chunks of different workbooks are Tables of data you can use Power Query to pull all them in without flicker. Screen Updating = False " at the top of the code and then in reverse at the bottom of the code, I call the "Stroboscope On" as well as "Application. Selected Next si7 On Error Go To 0 Call Filter_Columns("sol H", "Dashboard", "Pivot", "Sol PT", "Solution") Call TU_End End Sub Sub Filter_Columns(s Header Range As String, s Report Sheet As String, s Pivot Sheet As String, s Pivot Name As String, s Pivot Field As String) Dim c As Range Dim r Col As Range Dim pi As Pivot Item Worksheets(s Report Sheet). I have 16 pivot tables that get updated, when the code runs and that causes flickering. Hidden = False Call TU_Start For Each c In Worksheets(s Report Sheet). I modified the code and removed the two subroutines to change screen updating state from the secondary sub, but how can I turn the screen updating off again when the secondary sub is called? Calculation = xl Calculation Manual End Sub Public Sub TU_End() Application. Slicer Caches("Slicer_Jahr1") Set sc3 = This Workbook. Clear Manual Filter On Error Resume Next For Each si1 In sc1. Slicer Caches("Slicer_Jahr") Set sc2 = This Workbook. In the meantime I tried another approach that I found looking today which also did not work. Resize Range("$A

Slicer Caches("Slicer_Monat") Set sc8 = This Workbook.

You will need to install the Power Query Add-In that Microsoft provides to do this.

If were so simple to copy across the entire range I would, but these are ledger sheets and the structure for each is slightly different than the next with three different column structure each with different starting rows for what is being copied. Display Alerts = False End Sub Public Sub Stroboscope On() Application. Calculation = xl Calculation Automatic Application.

Has anyone found a solution to stop the screen updating that occurring when switching or Activating between two workbooks? I can't give you specifics without better understanding what you are doing. Display Alerts = True End Sub " In the actual code I am running I call the "Stroboscope Off" as well as "Application. Once that was completed I am running an excel complier to create an file. I am still interested in finding out more from Marvin P regarding power-query.

Hi dentler, If those large chunks of different workbooks are Tables of data you can use Power Query to pull all them in without flicker. Screen Updating = False " at the top of the code and then in reverse at the bottom of the code, I call the "Stroboscope On" as well as "Application.

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Slicer Caches("Slicer_Monat") Set sc8 = This Workbook. You will need to install the Power Query Add-In that Microsoft provides to do this. If were so simple to copy across the entire range I would, but these are ledger sheets and the structure for each is slightly different than the next with three different column structure each with different starting rows for what is being copied. Display Alerts = False End Sub Public Sub Stroboscope On() Application. Calculation = xl Calculation Automatic Application. Has anyone found a solution to stop the screen updating that occurring when switching or Activating between two workbooks? I can't give you specifics without better understanding what you are doing. Display Alerts = True End Sub " In the actual code I am running I call the "Stroboscope Off" as well as "Application. Once that was completed I am running an excel complier to create an file. I am still interested in finding out more from Marvin P regarding power-query. Hi dentler, If those large chunks of different workbooks are Tables of data you can use Power Query to pull all them in without flicker. Screen Updating = False " at the top of the code and then in reverse at the bottom of the code, I call the "Stroboscope On" as well as "Application. Selected Next si7 On Error Go To 0 Call Filter_Columns("sol H", "Dashboard", "Pivot", "Sol PT", "Solution") Call TU_End End Sub Sub Filter_Columns(s Header Range As String, s Report Sheet As String, s Pivot Sheet As String, s Pivot Name As String, s Pivot Field As String) Dim c As Range Dim r Col As Range Dim pi As Pivot Item Worksheets(s Report Sheet). I have 16 pivot tables that get updated, when the code runs and that causes flickering. Hidden = False Call TU_Start For Each c In Worksheets(s Report Sheet). I modified the code and removed the two subroutines to change screen updating state from the secondary sub, but how can I turn the screen updating off again when the secondary sub is called? Calculation = xl Calculation Manual End Sub Public Sub TU_End() Application. Slicer Caches("Slicer_Jahr1") Set sc3 = This Workbook. Clear Manual Filter On Error Resume Next For Each si1 In sc1. Slicer Caches("Slicer_Jahr") Set sc2 = This Workbook. In the meantime I tried another approach that I found looking today which also did not work. Resize Range("$A$1:$P$102") Range("Feb#Headers],[Column1:$P2") Range("Feb[[#Headers],[Column1"). Select End Sub" I appreciate any help you could throw my way. In that it suggest creating a simple sub with the lines for screeupdating false, and then true, with a call to the actual code that runs the code that pulls data from the target workbook into the source. Marvin, after loading and playing with Power query, it might work, but I was wondering if you might have any code examples of how to pull data using power query from another workbook. So I found a solution searching online with the following two subs: "Public Sub Stroboscope Off() Application.

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