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Ed Disabling the screen in Access is the same as in Excel. Instead of using a macro, link your button to a subroutine and execute the queries from there.Ed Sorry, looks like it's as simple as Application. Here is a clip from a good help page by Tony D'Ambra. Is there a setting or Excel equivalent of Screen Updating property within Access that I can set to disable screen updating?I have this macro that deletes and importing multiple tables and the flickering kinda irritates me.I always assumed it was just used so that it didn't scare end users into thinking their PC was about to crash.When I started reading more into improving the efficiency of your code I understood what it was for but how much of an effect does Turning off screen updating will only make a difference to execution time if the code interacts with Excel in a way that causes changes to the screen content.In Excel I can "freeze" the appearance of the window while a macro runs in the background updating various cells in a spreadsheet and then "unfreeze" the screen to reveal all of the changes.

I would like the queries to be invisible while they are running, but currently the user sees 50 query windows open/close which is ugly.My users love it though; it's the only proof to them that the macro is actually working. Set Warnings False[/VBA] to turn off all of the "are you sure warnings" Be certain that you place a [VBA]Do Cmd.Set Warnings True[/VBA] just before your End Sub (or somewhere in your code) so that the warnings are re-instated when you're done.Keep that on mind if you will execute anything which would take less time.And after all don’t turn screen updating on/off many times in some loop. And one more note (which you probably don’t want to hear) if you want it quick use C .

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