Application screenupdating false vba
This causes some additional overhead when your VBA code is executed especially if this variable is used often in your code: A known way to improve Excel VBA speed and efficiency, especially fore large Excel files, is to save your Workbooks in binary XLSB format.To read more on the benefits read my post on the XLSB format.The reason we turn off calculation is in case the range in which we are deleting rows contains lots of formulas, if it does Excel may need to recalculate each time a row is deleted, slowing down the macro. The screenupdating being set to false will also speed up our macro as Excel will not try to repaint the screen each time it changes. article to make sure you aren’t wasting your time writing VBA macros for something available as a feature in Excel.
Set the Calculation mode to xl Calculation Manual so that no calculations are carried out within the Excel Workbook until the Calculation mode is changed back to xl Calculation Automatic or by running Application.
This will force you to explicitly declare the types of your variables.
VBA is a dynamic typed language therefore you do not normally have to declare the type of your variable or declare variables in that matter.
There are many different articles and post on improving Excel performance.
What I personally was missing was a simple, comprehensive, short overview of how the performance of VBA macros can be improved without needing to read through long articles on how the Excel compiler works bla bla bla. Screen Updating = True End With End Sub Sub Delete Blank Rows2() ' Deletes the entire row within the selection if _ some of the cells WITHIN THE SELECTION contain no data.