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That got me thinking, what if I could give my readers a generic form that they could use in all their spreadsheet applications? Screenshot of the form that is displayed when ‘mod Progress. " data-medium-file="https://strugglingtoexcel.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/progress-bar-e1395928939984.png? w=300&h=94" data-large-file="https://strugglingtoexcel.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/progress-bar-e1395928939984.png? w=618" class="aligncenter wp-image-1385 size-medium" src="https://strugglingtoexcel.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/progress-bar-e1395928939984.png? w=300&h=94" alt="Progress Bar" width="300" height="94" srcset="https://strugglingtoexcel.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/progress-bar-e1395928939984.png? w=298&h=94 298w, https://strugglingtoexcel.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/progress-bar-e1395928939984.png? w=596&h=188 596w, https://strugglingtoexcel.files.wordpress.com/2014/03/progress-bar-e1395928939984.png? w=150&h=47 150w" sizes="(max-width: 300px) 100vw, 300px" / Sub Test The Bar() 'Declaring Sub Level Variables Dim lng Counter As Long Dim lng Number Of Tasks As Long 'Initilaizing Variables lng Number Of Tasks = 10000 'Calling the Show Progress sub with Action Number = 0, to let the 'user know we are going to work on the 1st task. Show Progress( _ 0, _ lng Number Of Tasks, _ "Excel is working on Task Number 1", _ False, _ "Progress Bar Test") For lng Counter = 1 To lng Number Of Tasks 'The code for each task goes here 'You can add your code here 'Call the Show Progress sub each time a task is finished to 'the user know that X out of Y tasks are over, and that 'the X 1'th task is in progress. Show Progress( _ lng Counter, _ lng Number Of Tasks, _ "Excel is working on Task Number " & lng Counter 1, _ False) Next lng Counter End Sub I have released an update to this progress bar.The new version does not need the Standard Code Module to animate the bar. Check out First Class Progress Bar for all your Macros for the updated version I received a feedback from readers who use multiple displays that the progress bar is not centered to their Excel window.Excel is versatile by itself and VBA makes it even better by allowing us to do our own thing.Most of us use VBA to automate tasks of varying complexity – some macros are executed in a flash, but others take hours to run.Status Bar = "Executing " & lng Counter & _ " of " & lng Number Of Tasks & " | " & _ "Custom Message " & lng Counter Next lng Counter 'Letting Excel Take over the status bar Application.Status Bar = False End Sub Another popular method is to deploy a User Form and have a label control that displays a message.I intend to write about the best practices in the coming weeks, but let us get back to the issue at hand.The quickest way to display messages while the code is running is to use the Statusbar property of the Application object.
I suppose I will need to understand this better somehow. The few times I've tried using it it did some strange things, and I believe you have to explicitly turn it back on. Unfortunately, today my status bar has disappeared completely (probably related somehow to the testing I would guess) and won't return even when I tell it to using Tools / Options.Status Bar = "Status" I found that it does not update after running Workbooks.Open(Filename:=New File) After that line, any statusbar changes do not occur. I ask because I thought my file wasn't updating the statusbar, despite Application.I admit that allowing Excel to update the screen each time your macro makes a change, helps during development, but it slows down the code a lot.It is best to set the Screen Updating and Enable Events properties of the Application object to at the outset.