I have an Excel spreadsheet with several charts on the same worksheet. Each table's data is pulled from an Access database, and the connections for each table are set to refresh upon opening the workbook, when opening the workbook all of the charts will flash (between visible and not visible) several times very rapidly.
Hi, I am using Updating = False To stop screen updating, but where my Macro is updating Tables, the screen still screenupdaating. Can the same thing be accomplished screenupdatingg MS Access. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Every application screenupdating access code execution enters a new module the property Application.
The other option is to use a simple line of code like: Application.
Screen Updating=False This will stop Excel having to repaint the screen each time the macro does something.
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