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To demonstrate the principle of this technique we'll need a small example procedure that makes lots of visible changes to the Excel workbook.
You may have noticed that when running the procedure with screen updates disabled the subroutine appeared to run faster.
This should certainly be the case as Excel doesn't have to continually redraw the screen each time something changes.
If we want to quantify how much time we've saved we can add some code to create a basic timer system.
The general structure of our timer is shown below: This isn't the most accurate timer system you can create in VBA but it's good enough for our example.
For example, if you use VBA to copy/paste a range, while the paste is completing Excel will show the progress of that operation on the status bar.