Is there a good, better or best strategy for pausing or stopping an Excel VBA macro?
I currently (in order):
(1) create a Bernoulli binary distribution table for any reasonable size N
(2) I can use keyboard macros to adjust p (probability) up or down in [0..1] in small increments.
I can also execute the macros with buttons.
(3) for a given N, vary p which then updates the charts.
As the macro is executed, two (or three) charts are continuously updated, creating a sort of "Bernoulli - the movie" distribution sequence as p, the probability increments or decrements.
I'd like to stay with buttons to [STOP], [PAUSE/PLAY], [FAST FORWARD] and REVERSE direction. I can execute the KB macro from a button, but how can I interrupt (pause) "play" and then either reverse motion or continue in fast forward mode? The play is continuous and cyclic, and I use my hands to record screen shots of the charts activity.
I prefer to stay with buttons as they can mimic controls familiar to most users. On the other hand, any hands-free suggestion to achieve the desired result will be greatly appreciated.