Vba screenupdating not working

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I created the code below which does what it was written for, BUT the screen updates whilst it runs. Echo as a solution, but that is not recognised in Word 2007?

The screen flickers (presumably when opening each document)? Sub Insert Text() Dim Shp As Shape, Doc As Document, str Text To Insert As String, str Text To Find As String Dim i As Long, doc To Open As File Dialog, s Hght As Single Dim rng To Search As Word. Data Object On Error Go To Err_Exit 'str Text = Input Box("New Text", "Header Textbox Update", "New Text") ' Switch off the updates of screen Application. File Dialog(mso File Dialog File Picker) doc To Open.

I've protected the sheet because it contains a lot of formula's. I want to create a userform with listbox with radio button and commandbutton on the same which will help me to connect to each url when I select the same in listbox and click on the commandbutton. I had a light-bulb moment and wondered whether there was a difference in the version numbers for MSCOMCT2. So far I can get everything to work besides the Submit part.

The 6 data sheets all contain a data connection to a website of foreign exchange tables.

What I want is for my code to execute as soon as the data connection refresh has finished.

Once Status is updated to "Complete", it would be helpful to be able to run a macro/click a button that would perform the transfer. The issue is the refreshes only happen if you step through the macro using the debugger. Open Filename:="C:\Profile.xls" Sheets("SELECTION"). IF YOU RUN MACRO NORMALLY THE CONNECTIONS DO NOT REFRESH Active Workbook. Application Dim URL As String Set app IE = Create Object("Internet Explorer. Visible = True Do While .busy: Do Events: Loop Do While .

When you run the macro normally, everything else functions properly, but the data is not refreshed. Application") URL = " https://efolio.morgankeegan.com/escripts/default Logon.asp? Ready State 4: Do Events: Loop .document.getelementbyid("f User Name").

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