Worksheets("Charts")' Code transferring data from Access to Excel and creates a number of charts in Excelobj XLBook. Quit Set obj Results Sheet = Nothing Set obj Chart Sheet = Nothing Set obj XLBook = Nothing Set obj XLApp = Nothing I have the same problem.
Worksheets("Data")Set obj Chart Sheet = obj XLBook. Worksheet Public Sub Create Excel()Set obj XLApp = Create Object("excel.application")Set obj XLBook = obj XLApp.
Fortunately, you can disable the screen updating that normally occurs when you execute a macro.
Activate Call Make Connection("fd Master Temp") For i = 1 To rcount - 1 rs.
Display Alerts = True End Sub Public Function Make Connection(Table Name As String) As Boolean '*********Routine to establish connection with database Dim DBFull Name As String Dim cs As String DBFull Name = Application.
Status Bar = "" End Sub You can suppress the Waning alerts by disabling the display alerts.
Situation 1: When you are deleting a sheet using VBA, Excel popup a warning message.
This code does the following:1) Opens an existing spreadsheet2) Shows it on screen3) Writes some data from a table to several different worksheet cells4) Selects a worksheet and 'Autofits' the cells5) Saves the existing file6) closes it Private Sub Excel Code()Dim app Excel As Object Dim work Book As Object Dim work Sheet As Object' Open an existing spreadsheet Set app Excel = Get Object("C:\Accounting\File1.xls")' Show spreadsheet on screenapp Excel.
Thanks to the excellent users on this forum with great tips, here is the basic code I used to finally make it work.
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Here are the example codes to control the Events, Screen Updating, Progress Bar, Display Alerts and other Application Objects.
OLEDB.4.0; Data Source=" & DBFull Name & ";" Set cn = Create Object("ADODB.