Ausschnitte aus diesen beiden Makros: Option Explicit Private Sub Worksheet_Change(By Val Target As Range) Dim A, B, C, D, E, F, G, h, i, J, K, l, m, N, o, P, Q, R, S, T As Long On Error Go To C: Application. Danke auch fr Deklarationstip LG Albert Betrifft: AW: App.
Screen Updating = False funktioniert nicht von: Tino Geschrieben am: Hallo, verzichte auf die Select Anweisungen, man kommt fast immer ohne aus. Ich werde heute wahrscheinlich nicht mehr die Zeit finden, Deine Anweisungen umzusetzen.
Some time ago I was working over an Excel file, making it look like a cool application.
As far as I was getting paid for it, it had to look really outstanding 🙂 In VBA, there is a way to make your Excel file looks outstanding.
Screen Updating = True End Sub Have you checked that all the visible checkboxes are actually named ckbox Print Labels X etc I ran your code twice as in the first run I handn't named the boxes properly when I separated out your later commented code.
Visible = True End With End If ckbox = ckbox 1 Next Application.
Public Sub addcheckboxes(By Val Lower As String, By Val Upper As String) Dim ws As Worksheet, my Objectname As String, add Chk As Boolean Set ws = Workbooks("nursery.xls"). Screen Updating = False ckbox = Lower ' add a checkbox for printing For Each cell In ws.
Recently a client of mine upgraded to 2013 with, let’s say, disasterous consequences.
Check Boxes ' nasty hack to overcome the limitations of vba in excel - no eval!
Range("g" & Lower & ":g" & Upper) my Objectname = "ckbox Print Labels" & ckbox add Chk = True For Each ctrl In Active Sheet.
My code opens templates, unprotects them, writes stuff, combines them into a final report, and reprotects them.
The first thing I did was get stingy about my protection.