My gpu drivers are up to date and my windows drivers too. All other programs including Word are completely normal. Removing those removed this issue for all of us. What I did notice is that Word 2016 is normal when it is not connected to the internet. Hi Quentin, thanks for the confirmation that these issues are still present.
You may be able to fix the slow Excel problem by turning off Cortana. I have a problem where I'm typing in a table in Powerpoint and come to the end of the line - naturally powerpoint should just continue my sentence on the next line but it seems to be highlighting the whole cell text and then as I am typing faster, it is overriding the cell text. Excel is opened, with several files opened or not, open, search rather than scroll down a long list for file 17-142 an invoice saved yesterday. It has helped many people in the forums. I have seen this issue on many different types of coputer. There does still seem to be some slowdown if the window is not maximised but not as much as when the window is maximised say 1 second to start reading a cell rather than 3. Sometimes 2-3 minutes or longer.
Time flies like arrows, fruit flies like bananas. Thirty seconds later, out of nowhere, Excel starts up. I keep having to use undo and be careful when I come to the end of a line. It happens on Windows 10 computers running Excel 2013 or Excel 2016. On some computers, double-clicking to open a. The slowdown is twofold - when you press say down arrow, the border around the current cell moves down.
We have a batch of OptiPlex 3050 workstations with a fresh deployed image build of win10 1703 with office 2016 that all have the issue. The only way to fix this seems to alt tab out of the excel window and then back in again before it starts reading the cells, all be it very slowly. The read-only shortcut would launch Excel directly, with the -r switch, while the standard shortcut was just pointing to the file. You can check which active windows there are by running the windows Task Manager Ctrl + Shift + Esc. Word 2016 seems having added a bug related to image resizing but not only; also general responsiveness become much more luggish. Because after that the apps open at the same speed as the native Apple apps. Did some more experimenting and found something interesting.
Initially it was always this file but very quickly all Excel files had the same problem, opening files directly on the local machine. I've been working in technology for over 20 years in a wide range of tech jobs from Tech Support to Software Testing. Is there anybody who has encountered similar problems or do you have any recommendations on how I can investigate the reason for this problem? Just thought I'd check though as I do not remember it being this slow before. So not network or file related. It freezes on Surface, reason why I have to assume that the problem is hardware related. Hello everyone So I have been using ms office 2011 on my old pc for like 3 years now. Tried the registry key, no change.
I have to hit enter twice to get it to take and move down. Any help you could offer would be most appreciated and I am happy to try things to help. Sometimes it can take up to 2 seconds to move between cells. I have read the article and did the Repair office thing — and it helped! The portfolio tracker was in the Excel 1997-2003 format, but my spreadsheet was in the macro format. It seems that there are a couple of different issues happening now which may all be linked. So, I did a start-up test today with Outlook, Word, and Excel, vs Mail, Pages, and Numbers.
Except MicroSoft, I have a dozens of these to do!. Also, I've now got two copies of everything in the two different formats, which makes navigating through folders a little weird sometimes. I have recently upgraded to 2016 It did not start happening immediately after the upgrade; just in the last few days. The solution is a simple one, but makes absolutely no sense. I will note anything of importance here if it comes up. The only thing that is actually getting them by is if they pull the Excel file they working with out of the network share folder onto locally the desktop then it opens fast which they should not have to do. It seems that when comments or dropdown arrows are on a sheet, Excel redraws the screen for every object model call unless screen updating is disabled.
This is one of the issues that has plagued me since upgrading my systems to Windows 10, but due to a busy travel schedule and other miscellaneous work items, I just delayed digging in to figure out a solution. The issue has ben replicated on many different computers always under W10 and virtual machines, even after a fresh reinstall. I agree running a repair is a good idea at this stage. The guide failed to appear, 4. Try to launch Excel and see if you have a freezing problem. Excel is still very slow in large sheets of data say over 100 rows and 7 columns wide, but it does help.
For some time now I have been experiencing problems with the Excel files I work With. There is very little pattern to when this problem occurs, as far as I can tell from Googling around. The problem arises only after the first execution. So priority would be very high I would imagine for Office support. I went to try with Narrator, but I can't seem to get Narrator to behave at all in this new build of Windows fast insider build 16237.
I've never seen this behavior in our environment so not sure why a clean install of the application would do that. I did not find the help on the internet, so I looked through the registry settings for Office. The only thing that takes ages is opening and saving. You are indeed correct that removing comments, and also dropdowns, as these are another slowdown does improve things. No addin is installed nor enabled, it is the first thing I checked. The file opens fine on desktop iMac running Windows and on laptop Toshiba ultrabook. I have to alt tab back out and into the application again.