Excel macro screenupdating false
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The sheet reference is necessary only if you want to run the macro outside of the sheet (Divisions, in this case).
The Table references the Species column in a Table named Table3.
When the main macro runs it show all the process from the biggining not in the end of macro. If the next called macro (macro3) doesn't turn screenupdating off again, you will see everything it does because screenupdating is still on because of macro2.Second, resetting Screen Updating to True is a wise practice to cover your bases.If for example the macro errors out or is interrupted before it completes, Screen Updating would still be off while Excel is running.Here’s why: First, no matter what the help files may say, or what you may have heard, Screen Updating does not always reset itself, including where User Forms and User Defined Functions are concerned.Part of the confusion about this topic comes from versions 2000 and before, when it was not necessary to set Screen Updating back to True. Code writers who did not reset Screen Updating to True before 2002 had to go back to their macros and do so.