A common reason why this problem occurs is when your code calls for code in a different procedure. Screen Updating is turned on outside of the procedure. ________________________________________________________ Private Sub Clock_In() Application. Enabled = True Check_for_Open_Workbook Sheets("Time Log"). no matter what I did in code to turn off screen updating, it would not work and my app slowed to a crawl.
Check other procedures that are called within your current one to check if they are changing your Application. However, as soon as I removed the watch, it worked fine. I ran into this problem a few times myself recently.
I was watching the state of an object within the Workbook (the locked property of a specific style).We can notice the screen updating while updating Sheet1.Please find the below example for Screen Updating Property of application object in excel VBA.Screen Updating Application Property in VBA is used to turn ON/OFF screen updating.If we set Screen Updating property to TRUE then it turns on the screen updating else turn off the screen updating. In the above syntax Application represents object and Screen Updating is the Property of Application object.