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I have tried moving the code to another procedure and doing Screen Updating = False Call Routine Screen Updating = True This has not worked.
Find(Word FN, Look In:=xl Values) If Not c Is Nothing Then First Address = c. Set o Rng = Nothing Set o Sheet = Nothing Set o WB = Nothing Set o XL = Nothing 'quit Exit Sub Err_Handler: 'Msg Box Workbook To Work On & " caused a problem. Hey Malik No the status bar is working but i will try knock it off. When my macro runs i get a message Word is updating the field codes in the document. Then place the names of travel expenses in say D5 and training expenses in F5. I have tried setting screenupdating, displayalerts, displaystatusbar = false but i still get the message and it shows the macro going to the next doc. Are you using office 2007 and when you run the code you are running in debug mode? Word will open stating the documents name but the document itself will not and that message of updating appears on the statusbar. What is takes into consideration is that the is a file called on the C: Drive and There are form that are in c:\forms\ I want to implement a progress bar for the opening of the formsfranzozola, If it's the Status Bar that is not working, then use: application. Like I said in the previous post, please place "Option Explicit" at the top of the module and click Debug-Hi Malik When you say the screen updating works fine for you, do you mean you don't get a message in the status bar saying Word is updating the fields in this document, the document will not look fully opened but the title of the document will appear at the top. On Time Now Time Serial(0, 0, 10), "Clear Status Bar" Set a Doc = Active Document 'Word document name open (a Doc) is declared as Word Fn Word FN = Left(a Doc. Name) - 4) 'Open contains a match for Word Fn 'Application. These are also the names of work docs found in c:\forms\travel expenses.doc, c:\forms\training expenses.
Column D, E, F etc are the names of forms say D5- travel expenses, training expenses, end of quarterly expenses etc.
I'm seeing a lot of posts about issues with Excel 2013 repainting the screen after running a macro but I have not seen a clear resolution to what I have been experiencing.
I have an existing workbook (which worked perfectly fine in 2010) and in the main sheet of the workbook there is an index of existing sheets for the user to select. If I switch from Excel to say Outlook and then return to Excel the selected sheet is repainted correctly.
Built In Document Properties("Title") 'Update the Title Fields Call Update Story Ranges(b Doc) 'Application. On Time Now Time Serial(0, 0, 10), "Clear Status Bar" b Doc. Close savechanges:=wd Do Not Save Changes 'Application. Screen Updating = True End Sub Sub Update Story Ranges(Current Doc As Document) Application. Status Bar = "" Try this at different points in the code. I would like to test the code for you, but I'm going to need everything that is necessary.
Quit End If Set o Rng = Nothing Set o Sheet = Nothing Set o WB = Nothing Set o XL = Nothing o Doc. I am doing this as i wish to put in place a progress bar for when it finds the documents and updates them. Status Bar = "Please wait..." ' or to reset it application. Update But I can't test this code because I don't have everything you do.
Range Dim First Address As String Dim Excel Was Not Running As Boolean Dim Workbook To Work On As String Dim Word FN As String Dim Excel FN As String Dim a Col As Integer Dim Ex Fn List As String Application. You might need to create a Word doc called May2008, then go into C:\and put say May2008 in C5, you will also have to create word docs called travel expenses.doc, training in c:\forms.