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You can increase the speed of some procedures by keeping screen updating turned off. Insert Paragraph After End With If x Mod 50 = 0 Then Active Document. When screen updating is turned off, toolbars remain visible and Word still allows the procedure to display or retrieve information using status bar prompts, input boxes, dialog boxes, and message boxes.
The Screen Updating property controls most display changes on the monitor while a procedure is running.
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Visible = True End With ' set properties for caption label With mlbl Caption . End Select End Property Public Property Get Increment Size() As Double On Error Go To 0 ' Debug Mode Increment Size = mdbl Inc Size Exit Property Err Handler: Select Case Err.
Number Case Else Log Err Err, "cls Lbl Prog", "Value", Erl Resume Next ' Resume at next line.
This topic shows how to use the Sys Cmd method to create a progress meter on the status bar that gives a visual representation of the progress of an operation that has a known duration or number of steps. Sys Cmd ac Sys Cmd Update Meter, Progress_Amount 'Print the contact name and number of orders in the Immediate window.
There are three intrinsic constants that can be used with the Sys Cmd method's Sub Progress Meter() Dim My DB As DAO. Recordset Dim Count As Long Dim Progress_Amount As Integer Set My DB = Current Db() Set My Table = My DB.
End Select End Property Public Property Let Value(By Val dbl Val As Double) On Error Go To 0 ' Debug Mode 'update only if change is = (CInt(mdbl Val * (100 / mdbl Max))) Then mdbl Val = dbl Val Update Else mdbl Val = dbl Val End If Exit Property Err Handler: Select Case Err.
End Select End Property Public Property Get Value() As Double On Error Go To 0 ' Debug Mode Value = mdbl Val Exit Property Err Handler: Select Case Err.
Open Recordset("Customers") ' Move to last record of the table to get the total number of records.
For Progress_Amount = 1 To Count ' Update the progress meter. [Contact Name]; _ DCount("[Order ID]", "Orders", "[Customer ID]='" & My Table!