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Thank you I have run into this same issue - not sure why, and when it happens the only way I have ever gotten the chart to force update is to change something in the chart definition itself, which can easily be done via VBA as in: There may be a better answer that gets to the bottom of the problem - but I thought this might help. Formula = temp Next sc Next co This is an absurd bug that is severely hampering my work with Excel. It happens to be a problem of refreshing the generated charts. This works for me and also handles similar issues with charts as well as chart objects. And by the way, these are chart objects, not chart sheets. I was dynamically building a querydef, setting that as the rowsource on my report and then trying to loop through each series and set the properties of each series. Record My Desktop is one of the few video capture programs available in Ubuntu.Keeping with Linux’s free philosophy, Record My Desktop produces Ogg Theora video files out of your entire desktop, or just a selected section.-a, --area Grab an area of the screen instead of the entire screen.-b, --include-border Include the window border within the screenshot.Working on the sheet I would do a quick Ctrl-X, Ctrl-V on a piece of the chart (or the whole thing) to force the chart to update. Based on the work arounds posted I came to the following actions as the simplist way to move forward... When I zoom in or zoom out, I can get the expected results. The refresh may not be necessary - more testing needed. Anyway, let's cut to the solution: I didn't want to visibly change the chart title or some other aspect of it, and anyway I noticed this wasn't updating my charts consistently. Screen Updating = True End Sub So, the sheet named Charts Data, which references the custom function cell of Sheet 1, will do a recalculation AFTER the Compute Score() function has updated the cell of Sheet 1, since Worksheet_Calculate() fires after the Compute Score() recalc. Select 'Forwhatever reason a Select statement was needed . What I eventually had to do was to break out the querydef creation and the property setting into separate subs.
This is the only thing I've found to consistently update a chart. Click on the graph you want update - Select CTRL-X, CTRL-V to cut and paste the graph in place... This a great solution because it updates 1000 graphs at once without looping through them all and changing something individually. So I post the solution here if it interest someone. Screen Updating = True End Sub Sub Repaste Charts() Dim Str Temp As String Dim Int Temp Top As Integer Dim Int Temp Left As Integer Set sht = Active Sheet For Each co In sht. Activate 'Grab current position on worksheet Int Temp Top = Active Chart. Dim chrt As Chart Dim chrt Vis As Xl Sheet Visibility Dim sht As Worksheet Dim b Chart Visible() As Boolean Dim i Count As Long Dim co As Chart Object On Error Resume Next Set chrt = Active Chart If Not chrt Is Nothing Then chrt Vis = chrt. Visible = xl Sheet Hidden End If Set sht = Active Sheet If Not sht Is Nothing Then Re Dim b Chart Visible(1 To sht. Sometimes the first time I triggered the calculation the pies would update, but with subsequent calculations the pies would not. This additional round of calculation of the chart data causes the chart to update now, rather than later or not at all. Additionally, I put a I had a similar problem - Charts didn't appear to update. -B, --remove-border Remove the window border from the screenshot.-d, --delay= can be ``shadow'' (adding drop shadow), ``border'' (adding rectangular space around the screenshot) or ``none'' (no effect). -i, --interactive Interactively set options in a dialog.' Force the charts to update Set sht = Active Sheet For Each co In sht. I found that if I went back into the "Select Data Source" msg box and unchecked/rechecked the "show data hidden in rows and columns" that the chart refreshes. After that, using radio buttons to select data to be presented on graphs did not update the graphs anymore. It then asked me to change a value and watch the percentage change, then to look at the pie chart and see the update. I looked at the data source for the pie chart, and the range was bizarre. If I closed everything and opened just the file I was having problems with the charts where dynamic like they should be. Be sure you are copying and pasting pictures before you go through all the other motions.... If it's a named range, that could conceivably be reasonably clean. My solution has been to make all charts on the active sheet invisible before the change in data, then make them visible again and call chart refresh for good measure. I change a cell value which contains, for example, the date range to base the dashboard on, and the named ranges and UDFs are forced to calculate. One of the advantage of using GIMP is that you can immediately edit the screenshots and save it in the file format that you want it to be.