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I programmed a simple macro (attached to a button) that scan the lines in the sheet and uses the function: Cells(y,2).EntireRow.Hide=TRUE (in order to hide certain lines). Usually, It runs fast without problem. But when I print out an area of the sheet, it cause the macro to slow down substantially. (when it runs again). In order to fix that , I had to close the file and reopen it again ( and not print out)

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VB:
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[Code]....

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Sub ArrangeColumns()
'
' ArrangeColumns Macro
' Macro recorded 3/7/2008 by ****
'

'
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So here, the red text is what gets flagged when you run the macro. I seem to be getting a Run-time error '9': Subscript out of range error.

I am not exactly sure what the macro does besides clean up and sort a portion of a worksheet. Also, there is not worksheet called "List1," but changing that value does nothing. Is there an equivalent command to those highlighted in red? Or, perhaps if anyone knows of a place where I may reference these commands myself, that would be great as well.

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1. copies the start production date for a part record into the vehicle workbook at the top of the 'discontinued' column,
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At the moment its runnig to slow by several orders of magnitude, Working on a 4 by 10 grid it takes about a minute, and I'm going to need it to be able to handle a 50 by 800 grid.

While the code is running, the CPU is not maxed out, so I'm assuming that its the calls to the file system which are taking all the time.

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Dim sFilename As String
Dim sPath As String

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It was working last week on my computer, and it still works on another computer at the office. However, I keep getting an error message when I try to run it.

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--selection.Autofilter

[Code] .......

What could be the rationale for the sudden breakdown? I was testing it on a file that I have tested with before without issue. I also tried a second file, and even restarted my computer. I am currently trying to write a fourth macro for counting responses and giving percentages, so while I don't need to have the perfectly cleaned data to do so it would be nice to have.

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Dim Results
Dim Run As Long
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Code:
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Full Code:

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Code:
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