Parent Is Worksheet Then LOCALLYEXISTS = True Go To Xit End If End If Next End With Xit: Application. Here is some more infomration that may help It is happening with names on a variety of sheets (not just limited to first sheet situations).
Screen Updating Application Property in VBA is used to turn ON/OFF screen updating.
Still no logic - but definite Kudos and Thanks for the suggestion!
So this is a super simple scenario just to try to test the deletion logic.
Cells(1, 3) = "Last update : " CStr(Now())End Sub I dont't think so.
Screen Updating = True End Sub Public Sub Send Query() Dim delay As String Dim uname As String Sheets("RETU"). Clear Contents ' code snipped, but essentially Active X call ' inform user of update: RETU.
So that we could 1) not have to have the users install yet another addin and 2) that we could then just directly integrate an automated clean up into their existing meubar that they use for working with these files to make SURE that this clean up occurs.
So is there not a known way for us to do this deletion directly from VBA - without having to go through another addin's interface? Is this happening for all your named ranges or only ones that are named locally to the first worksheet?
Delete End If End If Else If Scope Level = xl Workbook Then If Type Of .
Try entering this yourself and entering a value into cell A1 and you’ll find you get an ‘overflow’ error. Here’s how the code should look to prevent the error:- In the first line of the subroutine we tell excel to ignore any events that fire.
The reason behind this is that, each time the code multiplies the cell value by 1,000 it essentially ‘changes’ the cell and therefore the Worksheet_Change event fires again, and this continues until Excel throws a wobbly and can’t cope anymore. We then run the code we want (in this case change the cell contents), and then re-enable events firing if something in the specified range changes.
Which seems to lead us to 1 - needing to delete the global instance of these names before they start opening the files together (which triggers the behavior described above where Excel automatically deletes the local scoped names being pointed to by the first book opened) 2 - or taking an alternate take of pushing changes to their formulas in the 2 books to make them coordinate based to remove any reference to these range names. Name, Name Name) Then and also replace in the main sub If Type Of .
Enable Events = lng EE End With End Sub Private Function GLOBALLYEXISTS(By Ref Wbk As Workbook, By Val Name Name As String) As Boolean Dim lng Loop As Long Dim lng SU As Long With Application lng SU = . Screen Updating = False End With With Wbk For lng Loop = . Since that seems to be a bug on the excel side, we are trying to prevent the fact pattern causing it.