Excel application screenupdating not working
I changed mine mainly in order to work with a specific package so that the wording is black on white. There is a little risk here with Enable Events turned off should the subroutine fail for some reason. For this reason the tables show the #prefix used in HTML colors to avoid all ambiguity. You can obtain Color Index or RGB but how would you sort that meaningfully.
This is easy to change but where there is no text the color will remain black. Color can also be changed in the DOS window with the color command (Color F0), which can be put into your -- to be effective you must reboot. Sub Clear Constants From Color Cells() Application. Calculation = xl Calculation Manual Dim Cell As Range On Error Resume Next 'In case no cells in selection Application. Color Index You won't get too far in HTML using range. Color as above which is supposed to show RGB but shows them in the wrong order and without leading zeros. Function show RGB(rcell) Dim x Color As String x Color = Right("000000" & Hex(rcell. Color), 6) Show RGB = Right(x Color, 2) & Mid(x Color, 3, 2) _ & Left(x Color, 2) End Function Function show Color Index(rcell) show Color Index = rcell. Color Index End Function Function Show HTMLcolor(xcell) As String Dim x Color As String x Color = Right("000000" & Hex(xcell. Color), 6) Show HTMLcolor = "#" & Right(x Color, 2) & Mid(x Color, 3, 2) _ & Left(x Color, 2) End Function Example: interior colorindex of B28 =Show Color Index(B28) The shortcut key Ctrl Alt F9 forces a recalculation of *everything* in all open workbooks whether or not Excel *thinks* recalculations are needed. Color Index On Error Go To 0 Next cell End Sub Sub Format Of Assignment() Dim rng As Range, cell As Range Set rng = Selection For Each cell In Intersect(rng, _ rng. Paste Special Paste:=xl Formats, Operation:=xl None, _ Skip Blanks:=False, Transpose:=False passby: On Error Go To 0 Next cell End Sub Option Explicit Global gbl Color Index As Long Sub Set Interior Color() gbl Color Index = Active Cell. Color Index End Sub Sub Put Interior Color() Selection. Color Index = gbl Color Index End Sub Sub Same Interior As A1() Selection. Finally you are going to have problems with recalculaton.
Excel only recognizes names for Color 1 through 8 (Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Magenta, and Cyan). Formulas, and empty cells will not be affected and aren't even checked.
Like you me too don't know the solution for this Please post a sample workbook with all the code; no pictures please.
Screen Updating = False doesn't work when you step through the code.
When you change a color in the palette, it is changed for any element formatted with the color you changed, throughout the entire workbook.
To use the same custom color scheme in a set of workbooks, you can copy the color palette from one workbook to another.