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    Screen Displays (Excel 1998)

    I'm new to VBA so apologies if the answer is obvious. I have a VBA routine that opens and hops between various screens. Is there a way I can turn off the visual view of hopping between the screens and just end-up at the final screen? Thanks.

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    Re: Screen Displays (Excel 1998)

    You can use

    Application.ScreenUpdating = False

    at the top of your routine and

    Application.ScreenUpdating = True

    when your code has completed it's screen hopping. You can activate a particular sheet if you want it to be visible when the code finishes.

    A point to consider is that is possible (an preferable) to manipulate ranges and worksheets without actually selecting them in most cases.

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    Re: Screen Displays (Excel 1998)

    Uh, do you really mean Excel 98? That's a Mac version.
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    Re: Screen Displays (Excel 1998)

    Many thank's for that. And thank's for the tip about manipulating ranges.
    Farmer

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