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in this code i want to get per hour the sum of picked pcs so my excell sheet has many rows, i have alraedy a code but it sums not fast enough, in column s is filled with longtimevalues dd:mm:yyy & hh:mm:ss in column p is filled with the pcs that are picked on that time

aj2 till aj10 are hour value 5, 6, 7 and so on aj10 = 13 ak2 till ak10 are the pcs picked in that hour

same is al2 till al10 are hour value 14, 15, 16 and so on al10 = 22 am2 till am10 are the pcs picked in that hour

also it has to sum and check hour pcs only the visible cells that has values in it

the code for the moment i have is this solution vba or excell

i have vba written for the moment but like i said not fast enough it takes a long way to summ all of the code

Private Sub CheckBox6_Click() If CheckBox6.Value = True Then Dim lijnen As String lijnen = "an15:an" & Range("s15").End(xlDown).Row Application.ScreenUpdating = False For Each cell In Range(lijnen).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) If cell.Value <> "" Then If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj2").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak2").Value = Range("ak2").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj3").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak3").Value = Range("ak3").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj4").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak4").Value = Range("ak4").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj5").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak5").Value = Range("ak5").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj6").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak6").Value = Range("ak6").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj7").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak7").Value = Range("ak7").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj8").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak8").Value = Range("ak8").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj9").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak9").Value = Range("ak9").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj10").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak10").Value = Range("ak10").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al2").Value, "hh") Then Range("am2").Value = Range("am2").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al3").Value, "hh") Then Range("am3").Value = Range("am3").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al4").Value, "hh") Then Range("am4").Value = Range("am4").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al5").Value, "hh") Then Range("am5").Value = Range("am5").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al6").Value, "hh") Then Range("am6").Value = Range("am6").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al7").Value, "hh") Then Range("am7").Value = Range("am7").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al8").Value, "hh") Then Range("am8").Value = Range("am8").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value Else If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al9").Value, "hh") Then Range("am9").Value = Range("am9").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If End If Next cell End If Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub

Turning off Excel Calculations typically improves performance. The following code includes that along with cleaned up `If`

statements.

If CheckBox6.Value = True Then Dim lijnen As String lijnen = "an15:an" & Range("s15").End(xlDown).Row Dim calc As XlCalculation: calc = Application.Calculation 'captures your current setting Application.ScreenUpdating = False Application.Calculation = xlCalculationManual For Each cell In Range(lijnen).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) If cell.Value <> "" Then If Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj2").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak2").Value = Range("ak2").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj3").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak3").Value = Range("ak3").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj4").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak4").Value = Range("ak4").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj5").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak5").Value = Range("ak5").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj6").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak6").Value = Range("ak6").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj7").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak7").Value = Range("ak7").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj8").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak8").Value = Range("ak8").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj9").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak9").Value = Range("ak9").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("aj10").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak10").Value = Range("ak10").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al2").Value, "hh") Then Range("am2").Value = Range("am2").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al3").Value, "hh") Then Range("am3").Value = Range("am3").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al4").Value, "hh") Then Range("am4").Value = Range("am4").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al5").Value, "hh") Then Range("am5").Value = Range("am5").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al6").Value, "hh") Then Range("am6").Value = Range("am6").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al7").Value, "hh") Then Range("am7").Value = Range("am7").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al8").Value, "hh") Then Range("am8").Value = Range("am8").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value ElseIf Format(cell.Value, "hh") = Format(Range("al9").Value, "hh") Then Range("am9").Value = Range("am9").Value + Range("p" & cell.Row).Value End If End If Next cell Application.ScreenUpdating = True Application.Calculation = calc 'resets this back to whatever it previously was End If End Sub

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This may help with the speed issue. I noticed that you use cell.value a lot and this eliminates that. It also cleans up your code a bit. However, it does not do any error checking if the cell is blank.

Option Explicit Private Sub CheckBox6_Click() Dim strValue As String Dim lngRow As Long Dim lngPValue As Long Dim strPValue As String If CheckBox6.Value = True Then Dim lijnen As String lijnen = "an15:an" & Range("s15").End(xlDown).Row Application.ScreenUpdating = False For Each cell In Range(lijnen).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) strValue = Trim(cell.value) If strValue <> "" Then strValue = Format(cell.Value, "hh") lngRow = cell.Row strPValue = Trim(Range("p" & lngRow).Value) lngPValue = CLng(strPValue) If strValue = Format(Range("aj2").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak2").Value = Range("ak2").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj3").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak3").Value = Range("ak3").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj4").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak4").Value = Range("ak4").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj5").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak5").Value = Range("ak5").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj6").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak6").Value = Range("ak6").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj7").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak7").Value = Range("ak7").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj8").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak8").Value = Range("ak8").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj9").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak9").Value = Range("ak9").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("aj10").Value, "hh") Then Range("ak10").Value = Range("ak10").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al2").Value, "hh") Then Range("am2").Value = Range("am2").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al3").Value, "hh") Then Range("am3").Value = Range("am3").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al4").Value, "hh") Then Range("am4").Value = Range("am4").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al5").Value, "hh") Then Range("am5").Value = Range("am5").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al6").Value, "hh") Then Range("am6").Value = Range("am6").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al7").Value, "hh") Then Range("am7").Value = Range("am7").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al8").Value, "hh") Then Range("am8").Value = Range("am8").Value + lngPValue ElseIf strValue = Format(Range("al9").Value, "hh") Then Range("am9").Value = Range("am9").Value + lngPValue End If End If Next cell End If Application.ScreenUpdating = True End Sub

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Typically you want to avoid looping but loop through arrays if you have to loop. Your SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) presents a problem as there may be non-contiguous Areas within the range but these can be dealt with.

You've written `If ElseIf ElseIf ElseIf ... End If`

comparisons. I've changed this to a worksheet's Match comparison.

Range.Value2 (without regional date/time or currency information) is marginally faster than Range.Value. Numerical collection and comparison is faster than string collection and comparison.

This appears to be written as a private sub within a worksheet's private code sheet so explicitly defining the parent worksheet reference should be unnecessary.

Option Explicit Private Sub CheckBox6_Click() If CheckBox6.Value Then 'CheckBox6 is either True of False; you don't have to compare it to True Dim i As Long, a As Long, lr As Long, rngP As Range, rngAN As Range Dim arr1 As Variant, arr2 As Variant, m As Variant 'Application.ScreenUpdating = False 'build the hours tables ReDim hrs(1 To 18) As Variant ReDim pAK(1 To 9) As Variant ReDim pAm(1 To 9) As Variant For i = 2 To 10 hrs(i - 1) = Hour(Cells(i, "AJ").Value2) hrs(i + 8) = Hour(Cells(i, "AL").Value2) Next i 'collect the filtered values from columns P and AN lr = Cells(15, "AN").End(xlDown).Row Set rngP = Range(Cells(15, "P"), Cells(lr, "P")).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) Set rngAN = Range(Cells(15, "AN"), Cells(lr, "AN")).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) 'loop through the areas of SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible) For a = 1 To rngAN.Areas.Count 'collect the Area's values arr1 = rngAN.Areas(a).Cells.Value2 arr2 = rngP.Areas(a).Cells.Value2 'loop through the array For i = LBound(arr1, 1) To UBound(arr1, 1) 'determine if Hour is in AJ2:AJ10 or AL2AL10 m = Application.Match(Hour(arr1(i, 1)), hrs, 0) If Not IsError(m) Then If m < 10 Then pAK(m) = pAK(m) + arr2(i, 1) Else pAm(m - 9) = pAm(m - 9) + arr2(i, 1) End If End If Next i Next a 'dump processed values back to worksheet Cells(2, "AK").Resize(UBound(pAK), 1) = Application.Transpose(pAK) Cells(2, "AM").Resize(UBound(pAm), 1) = Application.Transpose(pAm) Application.ScreenUpdating = True End If End Sub

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##### Comments

- You should use
`ElseIf`

rather than so many single`If`

statements. It may not speed up your code much, but it'll look more elegant. - i will try the code, also did the one above great that you want to respond me thx
- you can also insert what @PGCodeRider said for his code into what I put. It will help speed up the code as well.