You could create a macro and attach it to the form's On Got Focus event, by using the following procedure: You can also use code to requery data automatically.
Suppose that you want to requery the data in a form whenever the form receives the focus.
Access97 (and probably 2000, don't know yet)will NOT turn your screen updating back on, until you explicitly tell it to. You'll get a frozen application, and have to kill it useing the task manager.
The With statement utilized in this example tells Excel to apply all the formatting changes at one time.
It happens when there is transition among excel files.
The same macro worked properly in win 7 with office 2010.
Suspend Pivot Table Updates If your macro manipulates pivot tables that contain large data sources, you may experience poor performance when doing things like dynamically adding or moving pivot fields.
Paste While this code will indeed copy from cell A1 and paste into B1, it forces Excel to utilize the clipboard which adds a kind of middle man where there does not need to be one.The refresh process updates the existing data in a datasheet or form, and doesn’t reorder records, display new records, or remove any deleted records or records that no longer meet specified criteria.For a more specific or a thorough update, use a macro to requery the data.While Excel will set this back to True whenever focus is passed back to Excel (your macro finishes) in most cases, it pays to play it safe and include the code at the end.You may even find in some cases that Screen Updating is set back to true before your recorded macro completes.It also means that we cannot tell the macro recorder to not record our steps of selecting cells, sheets and scrolling around, even though the selecting of cells, sheets and scrolling is not needed in true VBA code.