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Of course, this would result from either poor coding or the programmer forgetting to put that line to turn it back on at the end of the process.I have brought that to their attention and even though they know that I know Excel and their product inside out to the point that I not only exceeded their knowledge of Excel, but also of their own product with regards to how it interacts with Excel.Screen Updating has been set to false Do you get the same results? The following Sub Test With Comments() provides additional information. Thanks, Sub Test WIth Comments() 'Demonstrates Workbook. Screen Updating = False ' Windows 8.1 V 6.3.9600 Build 9600 ' Excel 2013 (15.0.4551.1510) MSO(15.0.4551.1508)32-bit 'Place this procedure in any workbook ' Create a workbook named Book2in the same path as the workbook with this code ' If "Application. Close Save Changes:=True End If Next r Cell Application. This is what I'm using: Private Sub Stop Flickering (ws As Worksheet) Application. Screen Updating = False 'Make the worksheet visible/invisible according to previous condition 'Instead, use "= True" or "= False", if it is the specific case This Workbook. Then, it came up to me that the flickering could be caused by the automatic recalculation of the workbook, so I gave it a try, AND IT WORKED! Set calculation mode to manual, then at the end, put it back to the user's setting.

Screen Updating = True End Sub Sub Close Files() err.clear On Error Resume Next with Application .

Window State = xl Maximized Windows("Filename.xlsm"). Display Alerts = False .calculation= xl Manual 'sometimes excel calculates values before saving files .enableevents=false 'to avoid opened workbooks section open/save...

Close Save Changes:=True End If Next r Cell Application. Status Bar = "Please wait while files are closed." doevents 'magic trick .

Screen Updating = True End Sub Having read most of the answers with potential solutions, I'm sorry to tell you none of them worked for me when trying to stop the flickering at the moment of making a worksheet visible/invisible.

Display Alerts = False Dim r Cell As Range For Each r Cell In Range("Files") Application.

Avoid using the Activate and Select methods as they only bring on headaches down the road.



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