temporary disable a macro

still learning

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Hi
I have a long change event macro that I want to disable once in a while to edit data or formulas.
What I do now is put an ' in front of every line, then delete it when I done.
I tried using the (in my case) red dot at the start of the macro, but then instead of not running, I get the error---debug message
I'm wondering if there is an easier way

mike
 

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Fluff

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You can enter this in the immediate window & press enter
VBA Code:
Application.EnableEvents = False
then when you've finished, change False to true & hit enter again.
 

still learning

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Hi Fluff,
hope all is good
Let me show yo my stupidity.
Where to i put it.? In the change event macro at the beginning?
I'm away from my program and can't try it.

mike
 

Fluff

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No, you can just put it in the immediate window, normally below the code window Ctrl G will bring it up if it's not there.
 

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Thanks Fluff
I didn't know there was such a thing.
It worked perfect
mike
 

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 

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