Access turn off screenupdating

04-Dec-2019 14:02

If you update the links, Excel will attempt to retrieve the latest data. 2) I had to throw in a Display Alerts flag toggle to suppress a second warning about the links not being updated, even after the first Update Link request was suppressed.If you odon't update the links, Excel will use the previous information. In case it wasn't obvious in Robert's answer, this sub worked when I put it in the This Workbook object. Orientation = xl Column Field Then Dim i As Long On Error Resume Next ' Needed to avoid getting errors when manipulating fields that were deleted from the data source. Screen Updating = True End Sub I get something along the lines of Sub Filter Pivot Table() With Active Sheet. If you want to display a messge rather than an hour-glass, here is a method I use a lot in Excel that I'm sure would work in MS Access. Just before you need to use it, display the userform using: This will ensure the userform is running modless (i.e. Make sure the 'Show Modal' property is equal to False.

If the person was "John Citizen" and this is stored in the variable str Record Name, the userform will show, "Updating record for John Citizen...".The Do Events built-in function is used to pass control onto the operating system to ensure messages are processed.You may not strictly need this, but I found it forces changes to the userform to be shown (especially if you have Application. Lastly, if you're using the same userform from different functions/subs, then you should include a check to make sure that the userform is still shown (hasn't been accidentally closed down by a previous sub/function), something like: ' Code taken from URL: Test if a specific userform is loaded Public Function Is User Form Loaded(By Val UFName As String) As Boolean Dim UForm As Object Is User Form Loaded = False For Each UForm In VBA. Name = UFName Then Is User Form Loaded = True Exit For End If Next End Function This is very similar to a problem I am having now. Visible = False End With End Sub But I want all except K010 to become invisible The macro recorder ignores my select/deselect all clicks Sub Filter Pivot Field(Field As Pivot Field, Value) Application. Orientation = xl Column Field Then Dim i As Long On Error Resume Next ' Needed to avoid getting errors when manipulating Pivot Items that were deleted from the data source.

If the person was "John Citizen" and this is stored in the variable str Record Name, the userform will show, "Updating record for John Citizen...".The Do Events built-in function is used to pass control onto the operating system to ensure messages are processed.You may not strictly need this, but I found it forces changes to the userform to be shown (especially if you have Application. Lastly, if you're using the same userform from different functions/subs, then you should include a check to make sure that the userform is still shown (hasn't been accidentally closed down by a previous sub/function), something like: ' Code taken from URL: Test if a specific userform is loaded Public Function Is User Form Loaded(By Val UFName As String) As Boolean Dim UForm As Object Is User Form Loaded = False For Each UForm In VBA. Name = UFName Then Is User Form Loaded = True Exit For End If Next End Function This is very similar to a problem I am having now. Visible = False End With End Sub But I want all except K010 to become invisible The macro recorder ignores my select/deselect all clicks Sub Filter Pivot Field(Field As Pivot Field, Value) Application. Orientation = xl Column Field Then Dim i As Long On Error Resume Next ' Needed to avoid getting errors when manipulating Pivot Items that were deleted from the data source. This code toggles the date grouping setting -- if the grouping is on, it turns it off, and if grouping is off, the code turns it on. Screen Updating = False For Each c In Range(Cells(1, 1), Cells(1, i)) If c. Screen Updating = False For Each c In Range(Cells(1, 1), Cells(1, i)) Select Case c.