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Getting Big Macros to Run in Excel

There are a few things you can do to get your macros to run faster in Excel. One thing you can do is to use the "Optimize Code" feature in the VBA editor. This will help you to identify any areas of your code that could be improved. Another thing you can do is to use the "Compile" feature in the VBA editor. This will compile your code into a more efficient form that will run faster. Finally, you can try running your code in "Debug" mode. This will help you to identify any errors in your code that could be causing it to run slowly.

If you are still having trouble getting your macros to run fast, there are a few other things you can try. One is to use a different version of Excel. If you are using an older version of Excel, try upgrading to a newer one. Another is to use a different computer. If your computer is slow or has a lot of other programs running on it, this could be causing your macros to run slowly. Try running them on a different computer to see if this makes a difference.

Finally, if all else fails, you can always hire someone to help you optimize your code. There are many companies that offer this service, and they can usually get your macros running much faster than you could on your own.

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