Excel macro screenupdating not working

The source data has four cities, and we only want Boston and Los Angeles available in the slicer The slicer shows all the items, and we can't hide the cities that we don't want to use. Name) Set si Short = Nothing On Error Resume Next Set si Short = sc Short. Name) On Error Go To err Handler If Not si Short Is Nothing Then If si Short. If you check the slicer on the short list sheet, it should have changed, to show the same city (or cities) selected. The zipped file contains macros, so enable macros to test the slicers.

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Screen Updating stays as False and speed up my macros Ideally, if Application.

Screen Updating = False how do i differentiate that from Application.

For more depth see Install a Macro or User Defined Function on my Formula page.

Speed and efficiency considerations can be seen in Proper, and other Text changes and in Slow Response.

However, if there are pivot tables from different data sources, you can't connect the to the same slicer. The long slicer will go onto the short list sheet, where it will be updated by the code.

In this example, there is a pivot table based on a table with sales data, and a slicer for the City field. To move a slicer: After moving both the slicers, click on a city in the short city slicer, and the main pivot table should change, to show only the results for that city. The zipped file contains macros, so enable macros to test the slicers. Download a completed sample file that has two sets of Slicers (one for City, one for Category).

In Excel 2013, you can also use slicers on formatted Excel tables.

You can use programming to control the slicers, and this page has sample code that you can use.

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