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    Calculate Sheet

    I have a massive program designed in Excel where Calculations take several seconds. Default is to have Calculation set to Manual (hit F9). I also have many macros that must re-calculate multiple times when called. Is there a way to tell the macro to calculate only the sheet so run time is reduced?


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    The VB instruction "Calculate" will do that.
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    Kind of on the same note, is there a way to calc only selected cells, or do I have to calc the whole sheet? I have some large sheets, and when I make changes, I would like to only calc a small amount of columns rather than the entire sheet. Thanks!

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    You may specify whatever range you want to be calculated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuskush View Post
    You may specify whatever range you want to be calculated

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    Thank you, the base instruction Calculate with no reference applies to the entire file. I'll try these out!

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    I have the same need---to cause the formula in one cell to calculate while leaving all other cells with formulas uncalculated. I see the code you have discussed in previous replies for calcualting only a limited range of cells, but I am not experienced with VBA, which I assume that code is. Is there a simple explanation of how to enter the required code into my excel file, or do I need to go get educated in VBA first? thanks, Bruce

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