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I am using below code which is comparing three columns values and copy pasting the 4th column data into other column.

My code is working fine but it is slow to perform the processing and takes much time and sometimes Not Responding window appears.

Any help to fix the problem will be appreciated

**What I have tried:**

I created the solution but it is slow.

My code is working fine but it is slow to perform the processing and takes much time and sometimes Not Responding window appears.

Any help to fix the problem will be appreciated

Dim ws As Worksheet Dim ws2 As Worksheet Set ws = Worksheets("Sheet3") Set ws2 = Worksheets("Sheet2") Dim a As String, b As String, c As Date For i = 3 To ws.Cells(ws.Rows.Count, 14).End(xlUp).Row a = ws.Cells(i, 14).Value b = ws.Cells(i, 15).Value c = ws.Cells(i, 16).Value For j = 3 To ws2.Cells(ws2.Rows.Count, 98).End(xlUp).Row If ws2.Cells(j, 98).Value = a _ And ws2.Cells(j, 103).Value = b _ And ws2.Cells(j, 114).Value = c _ Then ws2.Cells(j, 120).Value = ws.Cells(j, 18).Value End If Next j Next i

I created the solution but it is slow.

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Richard Andrew x64
19-Aug-21 16:35pm

I suggest you look into what methods are available for selecting complete ranges, and then copying them to other places. Doing it cell by cell must be what's making it slow.

ShoRaj
20-Aug-21 0:10am

can you please share which methods are available. will appreciate the help.

Start by caching the end row numbers so that you're not calculating them on every iteration of the loop:

But remember, the performance of your code will depend on how many rows are in your source and destination sheets. The total number of iterations is going to be the product of the two - if**42000** times.

If there will only be one matching row in

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Dim wsRow As Long, ws2Row As Long wsRow = ws.Cells(ws.Rows.Count, 14).End(xlUp).Row ws2Row = ws2.Cells(ws2.Rows.Count, 98).End(xlUp).Row For i = 3 To wsRow ... For j = 3 To ws2Row ...

But remember, the performance of your code will depend on how many rows are in your source and destination sheets. The total number of iterations is going to be the product of the two - if

`ws`

has 42 rows and `ws2`

has 1000 rows, your inner loop will execute If there will only be one matching row in

`ws2`

, then you should exit from the inner loop as soon as you find a match:VBA

If ws2.Cells(j, 98).Value = a _ And ws2.Cells(j, 103).Value = b _ And ws2.Cells(j, 114).Value = c _ Then ws2.Cells(j, 120).Value = ws.Cells(j, 18).Value Exit For End If

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ShoRaj
23-Aug-21 7:14am

Using your way it still takes same time

The following code snippet is an example of copying large ranges from one sheet to another

Instead of doing that comparison in code insert a column into the source worksheet, with a formula that essentially equates to "should I copy this row", then filter on that or sort on that column (in VBA). Then derive the required range, then copy it over.

Even better and faster would be to set up a power query to do this work

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Dim ws As Worksheet Dim ws2 As Worksheet Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet3") Set ws2 = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Sheet2") Dim i As Long i = ws.Cells(ws.Rows.Count, 14).End(xlUp).Row Dim sourceRng As Range, targetRng As Range Set sourceRng = ws.Range("A3:Z" & CStr(i)) Set targetRng = ws2.Range(sourceRng.Address) targetRng.Value = sourceRng.Value

Instead of doing that comparison in code insert a column into the source worksheet, with a formula that essentially equates to "should I copy this row", then filter on that or sort on that column (in VBA). Then derive the required range, then copy it over.

Even better and faster would be to set up a power query to do this work

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ShoRaj
23-Aug-21 7:15am

Cannot add a formula into sheet it may slow the working of sheet.

CHill60
23-Aug-21 7:38am

That rather depends on the formula - it's the thing that Excel is actually quite good at.

But it will be a lot (and by that I mean, A LOT) faster using my suggested approach than by examining each line one by one, even if you 1,048,575 rows of data needing to be calculated. Trust me, I do stuff like this every day.

You can avoid unnecessary calculations on formulas by changing the Calculation Options under the Formulas menu. Just remember to turn it back on when you exit this workbook

Or, as I said - use a power query.

But it will be a lot (and by that I mean, A LOT) faster using my suggested approach than by examining each line one by one, even if you 1,048,575 rows of data needing to be calculated. Trust me, I do stuff like this every day.

You can avoid unnecessary calculations on formulas by changing the Calculation Options under the Formulas menu. Just remember to turn it back on when you exit this workbook

Or, as I said - use a power query.

ShoRaj
23-Aug-21 7:48am

Right CHill60 I will try to follow to your suggestion.

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