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Hence, turning off events will speed up our VBA code performance.
We rarely fire an event for each cell we're changing via code.
Or, follow these steps to assign a macro to a button from the Active X Controls: There is an event called Worksheet_Change which is triggered when a value is entered (it will not fire when a formula result changes).
One of the arguments to this event is 'Target' which is a reference to what changed.
Empty modules trigger the macro query, as does an actual macro. Screen Updating = The Screen Updating property controls most display changes on the monitor while a procedure is running. Avoid 'Screen Flickering' or 'Screen Repainting': Use Application.In the Visual Basic Editor, go to the Tools menu, and click VBAProject properties. Sub Select Web Page To Open() Dim The Page As Variant The Page = _ Application.On the Protection tab, click in the box to add a check mark for "Lock the project for viewing", Enter a password, and confirm the password, then click OK. A workaround is to simulate keystrokes with the Send Keys method Sub Find Last Cell() Dim Last Cell As Range With Active Sheet Set Last Cell = . Get Open Filename("Webpage (*.htm*), *.htm*", _ , "Pick one:") If The Page = False Then Msg Box "You cancelled" Else Msg Box "Do something with file " & CStr(The Page) End If End Sub Sub Select Save File Name() Dim The File As Variant The File = Application.To see the steps for removing this warning, please watch this short video tutorial. The next time you record a macro, the toolbar should automatically appear.