This illustration shows that it can be difficult to spot hidden rows and columns; you have to look at the row and column headers and this presupposes that these are visible.An alternative to hiding is grouping: Grouping is undertaken by selecting the row or column (similar to hiding), but then go to the ‘Data’ tab on the Ribbon and in the ‘Outline’ section, select the ‘Group’ button and press ‘Group…’.
I'd like a way to force the new workbook and its window to display before I do processing on it.
The active worksheet is shown as empty since Screen Updating is off 3) more operations on the workbook are done (but you can't see them being done as Screen Updating is off, you still just see an empty worksheet) 4) after the operations are completed. Add-in Express provides a way of its own; please check section Wait a Little in the PDF file, see the folder \Docs on your development PC.
you see the changes to the worksheet and the activated ribbon tab changes. Regards from Belarus (GMT 3), Andrei Smolin Add-in Express Team Leader Thanks Andrei, The Windows Form timer did the trick to open the window and change the active ribbon tab, before updating the sheet, in Excel 2013.
As the narrative in the dialog box notes, locking cells has no effect until the worksheet is protected.
This is simple to prove: all cells are locked by default yet anyone can still edit any cell at will.