When VBA works with data, execution speed depends on the number of bytes VBA has at its disposal.In other words, the fewer bytes data uses, the faster VBA can access and manipulate the data. If speed is critical, use the Long data type instead. Calculation = xl Calculation Manual Dim s Conn Params, s SQL As String Dim db File, db Path, db Name As String This Workbook. Select db File = "Counsellor Data.mdb" db Name = "Counsellor Data" db Path = Sheet3. Right(db Path, 1) "\" Then ' if last char in db Path has no slash Range("databaselocation"). Value & "\" db Path = db Path & "\" End If does Folder Exist (db Path) Application.
For example, if you have a variable named My Var, you can assign a number of any type to that variable.
The way out of this frozen state is simple: Go back to the VBE, and execute the following statement in the Immediate window: If you have a worksheet with many complex formulas, you may find that you can speed things considerably by setting the calculation mode to manual while your macro is executing.
When the macro finishes, set the calculation mode back to automatic.
By John Walkenbach VBA for Excel 2016 is fast, but it’s not always fast enough.
(Computer programs are never fast enough.) Keep reading to discover some programming examples you can use to speed up your macros.