Screen updating

By setting Screen Updating to False at the Start of the macro, you will not only stop the constant screen flickering associated with recorded macro, but also greatly speed up the execution of the macro.

The reason it speeds up code is because Excel no longer needs to repaint the screen whenever it encounters such commands as Select, Activate, Large Scroll, Small Scroll and many others. Screen Updating=False should be placed at the Start of your macro like shown below Note how we have set the Screen Updating back to True on completion.

Pivot Fields(s Pivot Field) On Error Resume Next Set pi = . Value) On Error Go To 0 End With If Not pi Is Nothing Then If pi.

Slicer Caches("Slicer_Monat1") Set sc9 = This Workbook.

Slicer Caches("Slicer_Solution") Call TU_Start sc2.

Slicer Caches("Slicer_Monat1") Set sc9 = This Workbook.

Slicer Caches("Slicer_Jahr") Set sc2 = This Workbook.

Calculation = xl Calculation Automatic End Sub Private Sub Worksheet_Pivot Table Update(By Val Target As Pivot Table)Dim sc1 As Slicer Cache, sc2 As Slicer Cache, sc3 As Slicer Cache, sc4 As Slicer Cache, sc5 As Slicer Cache, sc6 As Slicer Cache, sc7 As Slicer Cache, sc8 As Slicer Cache, sc9 As Slicer Cache Dim si1 As Slicer Item, si3 As Slicer Item, si5 As Slicer Item, si7 As Slicer Item Set sc1 = This Workbook.

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