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    force enable macros lag

    Hey
    I have a book SIMILAR to this 1
    and when you open it it kinda lags
    and you get a flash of the welcome screen
    any ideas how to stop this?
    I know its not a major thing but its more aesthetic than functional.
    and i want this to look GOOD :D
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    I dont like to use code i dont understand
    it makes it hard to use in other situations
    so please try to be as clear and patent as possible with me

    Criticism is welcomed

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    Re: force enable macros lag

    There are two macros running in this workbook. The first (Workbook_Open) runs first thing after the workbook opens. The second (Workbook_BeforeClose) runs just before you exit. The flash screen is just another worksheet which is hidden using the xlveryhidden property. To correct this, you need to

    Alt+F11 to open the VBE
    Cntl+G to view and set focus on the Immediate Window
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    worksheets("Enable Macros!").visible = true and press Enter.
    worksheets("Data").visible = true and press Enter.


    You also need to remove the code from Thisworkbook or else it will rehide everything before it closes.


    Hope this helps
    Last edited by bitterenemy; 04-07-2009 at 07:12 AM. Reason: corrections - not done
    Oh you wanted the elegant solution? Sorry, that's extra!

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    Re: force enable macros lag

    oh no i dont want to know how to show/hid the sheet
    i just want the LITTLE flash of the enable macros! sheet to stop
    i dont know if this is possible

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    Re: force enable macros lag

    You can only alter this by altering your own security settings - this is specific to each client and can't be controlled using VBA (given that would defeat the purpose of security settings in the first instance)

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    Re: force enable macros lag

    oh ok
    thanks anyway guys

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    Re: force enable macros lag

    I don't get the flash using this code, and it's more flexible than the existing code.
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    Re: force enable macros lag

    Apologies all - notably Friel - I interpreted "Enable Macros" in your narrative as being the default Security Dialog - my bad.

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