Powerpoint 2016 screenupdating

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Screen Updating = False To stop screen updating, but where my Macro is updating Tables, the screen still changes.Hi all, Before I start, I will admit I posted this in a forum that helps me a lot with another Office product, but as of this post they were not able to shed any light on this issue. Screen Updating = False ' Set the text str Text To Insert = "Annual bonus rates for the last five years" str Text To Find = "Discharge Pack" Data Obj. Show = -1 Then Set o Frm = New frm Progress If doc To Open. Now why would we want to use the Do Events function you might ask? Wait does not allow you to wait for intervals shorter than 1 second? Need to wait for 500 milliseconds – no more no less? On the other hand Sleep freezes your application entirely although being more granular. Do Events is especially useful when you have a lot of computations going on but want to keep your VBA Project responsive WITHOUT introducing significant (1 second) delays. Want to pause for a minimal interval just to refresh your application screen?

Is their a way of turning off screen updating, so that whatever I am doing the screen truly does not update?

Wait Date Add("n", 1, Now) 'Wait for 1 hour Application.

Wait Date Add("h", 1, Now) 'Wait for 1 minute 30 seconds Application.

The Sleep function pauses the entire process for a certain delay specified in milliseconds.

The drawback of using VBA Sleep is that it freezes Excel until the delay is done. Wait is a native VBA function that pauses code execution until a certain time is reached.

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