Way to get rid of Chart Flicker

cswain99

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I am building two histogram charts in a macro and every time I create them. I have screen updating set to false and they still do it. Any direction would be nice
 

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jc.021286

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easy way is to move the screen display elsewhere.

Create a section around range DA1:DM50
Blue background and some text saying please wait.

Then move the screen back to your histogram once complete.

same can be done with un-hidding a sheet with the same text then hide when done.

jc
 
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