User defined function excel not updating
Please also include your version of Excel and Operating system if you did not originally provide that information.Wastes space (takes twice as much space, 75-100% more) and takes much longer to process a save.I frequently delete the files, but the surprise was that I thought I only had abour four single pages marked in favorites as “store offline”.So suggest also deleting the stored files occasionally to make sure that you are not storing documents you don’t want.Look in HELP (F1) for “Disabled items” (Dave Peterson, programming, 2005-04-28) Startup Problems (Disabled files), Jan Karel Pieterse.Unspecific version problems with standard macros, with Event macros.For Win NT 4.0 you can get DKLITE (Executive Software) disk defragmentation for Win NT 4.0 (build 1381) free [ charge for non-network use). Results of running Diskeeper Lite (Free Version) after running over 24 hours: Diskeeper has completed a defragmentation run on this volume and there remain 22 fragmented files and/or directories and 99 excess fragments. A format in this case means each combination of font characteristics. Font type, font size, font color, interior color, bold, underline, pattern, number format, height, width, etc. Eliminating unused custom cell formats might also help.Documentation: NT 4.0 does not come with a defragmenter. (There were 1339 excess fragments before the defragmentation run, and now there are 92% less.) -- Picture of diskeeperlite result 78KB -- still looks like a mess. The practical limit may be about 3K rather than 4K mentioned in Q213904 -- XL Err Msg: "Too Many Different Cell Formats".
Alternately Dave Peterson has four macros involved in adding another entry to the file menu to bring up the old menu (misc, 2004-07-14) Changes to later windows systems, and later Excel versions is invariably going to have much higher memory requirements, from others sounds like you should have 512MB RAM and turn off features.
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I think if you have AOL, you will have to protect it by directory in your defragmenter.
Since I lost AOL several times I think they have unmovable files.
The journaling feature of Outlook logs many actions taking time from Excel, and eventually, the journal files become quite large, and performance is slowed.