However, your knowledge of VBA leaves much to be desired.
Feel free to study this step-by-step guide to be able to use the code you found: These lines, as their names suggest, turn off screen refresh and recalculating the workbook's formulas before running the macro.
As a result, the performance is increased from 10% to 500% (aha, the macro works 5 times faster if it continuously manipulates the cells' contents).
So, we may not know all specificities of calling this or that option, and we cannot tell the difference between VBA execution speed in Excel 2010, 20.
We use Excel as a tool for processing our applied data. You googled a lot and found a VBA macro that solves your task.
I want to able to execute data refeshes in programmatic way and in a sequece I want to control.
I tried to use "Refresh All Connection Properties", auto refesh seem to work only if the file is open.
Any idea how this can be done so If I call somthing like "Start pfilepath filepath" 'Dim obj XL Dim sfilname = pfilename Dim sfilepath = pfilepath Set obj XL = Create Object("Excel.