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It was like riding a lazy snail through molasses in January -- but slower!

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The code ran quickly in Excel 2003, but screeched to a near halt in Excel 2007. When the code ran in Excel 2007, it looked like the extracted rows were being pasted in the second worksheet, one row at a time. There wasn't anything too complex, but maybe that was slowing things down. Maybe it was the formatting and styles in the original file that were slowing things down.

I also changed calculation to manual at the start of the code, then set it to automatic at the end of the code. To test that theory, I formatted the original table with Normal style, which removed all the borders and fill colour.

Neither of those changes had any effect on the code's speed. That didn't improve things, but when I removed the red fill from the heading cells, I noticed a red comment marker in one of the cells. It didn't seem likely, but as soon as I deleted the comment, the code ran perfectly.

In round 12 of testing (I've lost track of the test count), I copied the data, and pasted it as values into a new workbook. Put the comment back, and it slowed to a crawl again.

When I tried to create a sample file to demonstrate this problem, things got even stranger.

I created a table with a comment in the heading, and ran the code, expecting it to be slow. Then I added a shape to the worksheet, and assigned a macro, to make it easier to run the code. I deleted the shape, and the code was still slow, and I had to delete the comment to speed it up again.If your Advanced Filters are running slowly in Excel 2007, try removing any comments in the table heading cells.You could delete them at the start of a VBA procedure, run the filter, then add the comments at the end of the code.The problem seems to occur if there are heading comments, and a shape is added later, as you can see in the short video demonstration below.Fortunately, this problem appears to be fixed in Excel 2010, so if you upgrade, you should be able to have comments and shapes, without slowing down the Advanced Filters.Update: In the comments, PDLobster suggests the following solution, to speed up the filters -- thanks!

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