VBA Slicer help

Hi,

I have code that selects a name on the slicer which is True, it then updates (refreshes), then it goes through unselecting the rest of the names - but while unselecting all the names - it keeps updating and refreshing.

However if i was to do this manually (not using VBA) - i would select the first name, pivot tables refresh and then the rest of the names are auto unselected - can i mimick this in VBA?

Basically its currently faster to run the report in excel by selecting names etc

So can i get vba to select a name from a slicer list, refresh and unselect the other names without all tghe refreshes?

Thanks



Sub SM()

    With ActiveWorkbook.SlicerCaches("Slicer_PCM_Regional_Sales_Manager")
    
   
        .SlicerItems("1_NO REGIONAL SALES MANAGER").Selected = True
         Application.EnableEvents = False
        .SlicerItems("Dave, dennis").Selected = False
        .SlicerItems("Bob, dave").Selected = False
       
     End With
     
End Sub

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Rgonzo1971Commented:
Hi,

pls try to encose your code in

Application.ScreenUpdating = False
'
'Your code

Application.ScreenUpdating = True

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