Speed up macro screenupdating
I’m going to explain how to speed up your Excel macro just by adding two functions. When you call the function Speed Up it’ll improve the macro execution speed and when you call the function Speed Down it’ll turn back your system to the normal state.
Screen Updating = False 'Step 3: Start the looping through sheets For Each ws In This Workbook.
This example demonstrates how turning off screen updating can make your code run faster.
The example hides every other column on Sheet1, while keeping track of the time it takes to do so.
Here's a breakdown of what each of the settings does, and the benefits it brings when toggled.
Calculation = IIf(Toggle, xl Calculation Manual, xl Calculation Automatic) End Sub This subroutine is useful for when you have a large VBA macro that needs to make a lot of changes to your workbooks/worksheets.Worksheets 'Step 4: Copy the target sheet to the new workbook ws.