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Doing this should help improve the performance of your code: ‘Get current state of various Excel settings; put this at the beginning of your code screen Update State = Application. : This setting tells Excel to stop showing status while False.
This next optimization minimizes how frequently Excel has to respond to the selection changing in the workbook by minimizing the selection changing as much as possible.While looking into Excel VBA performance issues I learned that some desktop search tools implement event listeners (probably to better track document contents as it changes).You might not want Excel firing an event for every cell you’re changing via code, and turning off events will speed up your VBA code performance if there is a COM Add-In listening in on Excel events.Note that in the code sample below we grab the current state of these properties, turn them off, and then restore them at the end of code execution. Display Page Breaks = False ‘note this is a sheet-level setting ‘: This setting tells Excel to not redraw the screen while False.One reason this helps is that if you’re updating (via VBA) several different ranges with new values, or copy / pasting from several ranges to create a consolidated table of data, you likely do not want to have Excel taking time and resources to recalculate formulas, display paste progress, or even redraw the grid, especially after every single operation (even more so if your code uses loops). The benefit here is that you probably don’t need Excel using up resources trying to draw the screen since it’s changing faster than the user can perceive.Note: setting the mode back to “Automatic” (xl Calculation Automatic) will trigger a recalc.
: This setting tells Excel to not fire events while False.
I want to start off this post by thanking everyone who sent in their examples in response to my January request.
It is incredibly helpful to be able to look at what you all are doing with Excel!
Read/Write Large Blocks of Cells in a Single Operation This optimization explicitly reduces the number of times data is transferred between Excel and your code.
Instead of looping through cells one at a time and getting or setting a value, do the same operation over the whole range in one line, using an array variable to store values as needed.
There are tons of sites, pages, and people who are experts as well on this subject, have performed their own tests, and shared their results and ideas.