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They should be navigating and accessing the data through forms. If you do not turn if back on your users will have all kinds of problems with your db. Echo True in that sub or functions error handler to ensure that Echo is turned back on just incase there is a runtime error within that sub or function.

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You can use a form's Painting property to disable updates to that form, but some activities still seem to show through or cause flashing on the screen. Sometimes you need more control over screen repainting than you get with either Form. a string indicating text to be displayed within the status bar while screen updating is disabled. This sample form simply opens three reports in design mode and then closes them.

You can also optionally pass the method a second parameter?

Echo does: As a matter of fact, the reason this procedure exists at all is because the techniques used in this topic work great in Access 2002 and later, but may not work correctly in earlier versions?

it may be that if you're running Access 2000 or earlier, using Application.

Raise Number:=vb Object Error ERR_NO_WINDOW_HANDLE, _ Description:="Unable to get the Power Point Window handle" Exit Property End If If Lock Window Update(hwnd) = 0 Then Err. You won't be able to see what the macro is doing, but it will run faster. Turn screen updating off to speed up your macro code.This I think would give the user a bit of a fright.Thanx Kind Regards Dump the macro, convert it to VBA.Programming techniques are demonstrated through real-world examples. I've never done this, but if you can do it in Excel, you can more than likely do it in Access. And since you can reference specific libraries, you should be able to call on the same objects and/or event procedures.Raise Number:=vb Object Error ERR_WINDOW_LOCK_FAIL, _ Description:="Unable to set a Power Point window lock" Exit Property Else Lock Window Update (hwnd) End If Else 'Unlock the Window to refresh Lock Window Update (0&) Update Window (hwnd) hwnd = 0 End If End Property Sub Test Sub() ' Lock screen redraw If Screen Updating Off = True Then Screen Updating = False ' --- Loop through charts in Excel and export them to Powerpoint ' Redraw screen again Screen Updating = True End Sub How do I do this? I tried copying all the code above into a class module and then added Set Screen Updating = New Screen Updating in my regular module, to no avail. EDIT: Just use the code as it was originally written: no need to add anything.The bad news is that it doesn't make any difference to speed in my testing in PPT 2013.You have a design problem if your function is opening a module and also opening a table.The user should never have access to the db window or any of the db objects. Echo False, "Visual Basic code is executing." This does the same as above except no message text.