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When I have a final version of my code I always write up the detail, with comment, in a separate Word Document - just what I do for sensitive workbooks I will test the code as quickly as I can Thanks I have run the code and it successfully extracts the data for filters 1 and 2 but for filter 3 the results are corrupted in that it appears not to be looping through each sheet, that has content, 7 seven times also the extracts are incomplete.
Whereas previously the flickering caused by seeing the sheets as the code was working through has gone now it flickers between a blank excel sheet and my screen-saver. There were only 4 de-bugs - surprisingly few considering you had nothing to validate with I do appreciate the difficulty of your trying to this 'in the dark' and I would understand if you feel this is too constrained.
Whatever cell you were in when you entered the loop is where you are when you leave the loop.
This is way faster than selecting the cell, changing the value, selecting the next cell, etc. Offset clause when you record a macro using relative references: This is both confusing and overkill.
Quit End If Set o Rng = Nothing Set o Sheet = Nothing Set o WB = Nothing Set o XL = Nothing o Doc.
は、True の場合、マクロの実行中に画面表示を更新します。値の取得および設定が可能です。ブール型 (Boolean) の値を使用します。マクロの速度を向上させるため、画面を更新しないようにします。この場合、マクロの処理過程は見ることができませんが、実行速度が速くなります。マクロが終了した後は、Screen Updating プロパティの値を True に戻してください。次の使用例は、画面表示の更新をオフにすることで、どのくらいコードの実行を速くできるのかを示します。シート 1 の列を 1 列おきに非表示にする操作を 2 回行い、それぞれの操作にかかる時間を調べます。1 回目の操作では、画面表示の更新はオンになりますが、2 回目のときにはオフになります。実行すると、それぞれの操作の所要時間がメッセージ ボックスに表示されます。 Dim elapsed Time(2) Application. Hidden = True End If Next c stop Time = Time elapsed Time(i) = (stop Time - start Time) * 24 * 60 * 60 Next i Application.
I would appreciate if someone could give me guidance on how to circumvent the use of Select in this code It is so much easier if you attach an example workbook containing the code.
I have attempted to edit your code but I cannot test it.
Visible = True here; but your code will 'run faster if you don't make it visible 'Open the workbook Set o WB = o XL. Open(File Name:=Workbook To Work On) Set o Sheet = o WB.
I am sure that the coding could be improved but you don't add any notes to explain in the code.
How will you remember what it is doing when you come back to this code later?
If you are watching the sheet, the values simply appear. Translated into English, it takes the current cell (Active Cell) and selects the row that is one row down from the current row and in the same column. So if you want to stay in the current cell and read a value two columns to the right, you could use syntax like the following: If you are in cell D254, the code above will reference the cell F254 and read its value into the variable str My Value.
There are times when you are processing a list when you might want to look at the values in the same row, but a couple of columns over. This is far more efficient than selecting the cell two columns to the right, processing your data, then remembering to select two columns to the left and continue. Select will select E251 (3 rows up and 2 columns left).