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Old 11-09-2022, 04:47 AM
Dgatto Dgatto is offline Graphics gone on initial file open - scroll then presto, there back. Windows 11 Graphics gone on initial file open - scroll then presto, there back. Office 2021
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I have a workbook that open on a sheet with several graphs, graphics, and macro buttons. (Dashboard) Have had it running for years, several of which on my current hardware. Recently, when I open the file, it shows nothing or little red X placeholders where the graphs are UNTIL I scroll or otherwise cause the screen to update. Same behavior when I open in safe mode or with macros disabled. Probably a graphics card or Windows issue but I have been unable to find help anywhere, and nothing has changed on my system recently. It is also doing the same on a different computer. It loads and looks normal after I scroll the screen even just one row the first time. I have archives of older files and they do the same thing now where they didn't before.



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  • ExcelŽ for Microsoft 365 MSO (Version 2210 Build 16.0.15726.20070) 64-bit
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  • Windows 11 Home version. Main computer is a game worthy I7 with 32G of ram and Nvidia graphics card. Same behavior on a desktop and a laptop.
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Old 11-09-2022, 03:52 PM
trevorc trevorc is offline Graphics gone on initial file open - scroll then presto, there back. Windows 7 32bit Graphics gone on initial file open - scroll then presto, there back. Office 2013
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could be a screen updating issue on load. For fast loading.
check all your setup settings, do you have any external links to other files
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Did you create the workbook using XL 2021 as your profile seems to indicate?
If so did the problems start when using O365 ?
You might find some clues in the following although it applies to XL for Mac Redirecting
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