Excel vba stop screen updating
Should you need something a little more accurate you might want to investigate the Timer function instead.
Alternatively, if you're feeling ambitious, you might consider using some Windows API functions to create incredibly accurate timers.
If I do it using VBA, (activated by the click event on that field), the code below flips the value with the bonus of a screen flicker. I want "Elegant" and I want it to be naturally fast. Recordset Dim var New Value As Variant Set rst = Me. [Tag_Create S Point taken, I will address performance in a separate question.
I would like the experts on here to consider both threads.
The Screen Updating property resets at the end of a procedure.
This means that if you run a different subroutine after the one above and you haven't added the line of code to disable screen updates to it, you'll be able to see the screen updating in the background.
This screen update takes extra time and is usually unnecessary.
The good news is that 99% of the time, the Select method can be avoided all together.
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You didn't want to be the one sitting closest to the TV unless you needed some exercise… Now imagine how inefficient it would be to have to walk over to the TV to make every one of those button presses. The Select method in VBA can be just as time consuming for Excel, as it is for you to get up off the couch to change the channel.