I am trying to transfer data from a worksheet to a user form, so that the end users can edit the data on the user form, save it, and the revised data is sent back to the worksheet. since the worksheet data is dynamic, i am trying to dynamically add controls in the user form. but the form displays only one data.
Set sdel = Sheets("Deliverables")
Set rStartCell = sdel.Range("A65536").End(xlUp).Offset(0, 0)
counter = Mid(rStartCell.Address, 4)
dummy = 0
cnt = 1
'copy data from sheet to the user form
'checking if deliverables sheet has any data
' If .Range("A3") <> " " Then Exit Sub
' MyTextBox.Caption = .Range("A3").Value
For r = 3 To counter
If .Cells(r, 1) <> "" Then
Set MyTextBox = Controls.Add("Forms.Label.1", "lbl" & cnt, Visible)
MyTextBox.Top = topadd + 30
MyTextBox.Left = 20
MyTextBox.Width = 150
MyTextBox = .Range("A" & r).Value
cnt = cnt + 1
dummy = dummy + 1
I have a userform that has nested multipages (5 in the outer page, 4 in the inner page).
On each of these multipages, I want to have the same controls (sliders) laid out in the same order - but with unique names, named after their tab location, for each control so I can use their value property later in the code.
I've designed the layout and named all the controls on my first sheet (e.g. Slider1Outer1Inner1). I now need a way of automating the replication of these across the other 19 sheets (including the nested inner multipage!); so that equivalent slider for example would be called Slider1Outer1Inner2, Slider1Outer1Inner3 etc.
I'm not sure about coding VBA to act on items within VBA...
VB: " For each multipage in outer For Each multipage In inner For Each Object In current multipage Copy inner.object -> Next multipage Inner.object.name = CurrentOuter & CurrentInner & CurrentSlider "
What's the best way to hide controls on a userform? I have a userfrom with 2 datepicker one for start date and one for end date. I want them hidden until I use checkbox and check it to appear. I am using this code but nothing is work.
I have a number of TextBoxes across the page, all set to Visible=False.
If these get filled with data then I need to set Visible=True.
Rather than hard code this individually for each one (which is not a problem, it just looks untidy), can I select each row as a Group (whilst designing the form, not in the code) and then set that Group to Visible=True ?
I have a userform that contains several textboxes, checkboxes, and comboboxes. There are also some command buttons, one of which says clear all. What I want to do is loop through the controls and clear the contents or change the value to false, depending on the type. I can do this by type the name.value = "", but there are alot of controls. If possible, a loop would be much more effecient.
I am trying to create some controls in a userform on the fly based on the data in a sheet. The part of my code is the following:
summaryForm.Controls.Add bstrProgID:="forms.label.1", Name:="LAWts", Visible:=True With summaryForm.Controls("LAWts") .Top = 120 .Left = 20 .Height = 18 .Width = 300 .Caption = "Weights: " End With
Question I is that how can I connet this textbox to a click event or just to a procedure when it is clicked? I tried to use OnAction but it does not work for textbox in a userform. Question II is that how can I find the all properties of a textbox or any other controls? Is there a manuel or reference available on the internet?
What are the pros/cons of using Userforms with the various objects (comboboxes, textboxes,etc) compared to putting the controls at the worksheet level? Are there things you can do in one and not the other?
I have a userform with a series of textboxes used for data entry (numeric values) specifically, 3 groups with 5 text boxes per group. If the value of any text box within a group is either >= the value of a cell in a worksheet range (Benchmark, i.e. BM), then the BackColor of that particular text box changes to green.
The challenge I have is trying to loop through each set of five controls to determine if the control's value is >= to the cell's value in the worksheet range, and if that condition is met, than changing the BackColor to green.
I know there must be a more efficient way to make this happen than to write an 'If - Then' for each text box (see code below)
way to allow a user to add a control to a userform without going into the VBE. Here is the situation, I am developing a userform to calculate a projected budget. I want the user to be able to select the number of controls to add, and click a command button to add them. Based on other selections that the user makes, different controls would automatically be added. Is this possible? As a follow up, will I be able to atttach code to these new controls?
On the event that a combobox is changed the objects on my userform that relate to the same information as the combobox need to be disabled (and made invisible)... however if another choice is made then they need to be enabled again and then the objects relating to the new selection need to be disabled.
Private Sub cbo1_Change() Dim DisableIndex As Integer Dim CellAddress As String Worksheets("Matrix").activate ActiveSheet. Range("B1").Select Do If ActiveCell.Value <> cboVarNamEn.Value Then ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1).Select End If Loop While ActiveCell.Value <> cboVarNamEn.Value CellAddress = ActiveCell.Address(ReferenceStyle:=xlA1) ActiveSheet.Range("B1:" & CellAddress).Select DisableIndex = Selection.Cells.Count Me.FrameAddEn.Controls("label" & DisableIndex).Enabled = False Me.FrameAddEn.Controls("label" & DisableIndex).Visible = False 'there a few other objects here that will also be disabled... text boxes, check boxes etc.
Putting an unload/load command in won't work for obvious reasons and I can't use a command button because that would require my clients to actually think of pressing it.
I have a MultiPage userform and I'm adding (4) control buttons - CancelButton, BackButton, ForwardButton and FinishButton. On the first page, those names are fine but when I get to subsequent pages, I get an ambiguous error if I try to name the controls the same. But the code will all be the same. What am I missing? In an example that I have, the user was able to name all the controls with the same name. What setting would control that?
My userform has a group of controls, four navigation buttons and a textbox. The nav. buttons have accelerator keys, Alt+N for next record and so on. I was moving the group about on a userform, when hey presto! it suddenly disappeared. When I run the form, the navigation buttons do not appear, but I can still navigate using Alt+N, Alt+P. Here's what I've done so far, trying to find out what's going on.
* I selected all controls with Ctrl+A, but there was no sign of any object in the place where the missing group should have been.
* I looked on the Object Browser (which is something I don't understand too well yet) and the navigation buttons are there.
* I hid all the controls, and showed them again, didn't help.
* The group I was moving was near the bottom of the form. I set the zoom property of the form to 50, so all controls in design view were bunched up near the top left corner; the missing group didn't appear
The form that I have created has a number of controls that are created at runtime. If a user triggers the event that originally created the controls, I want to be able to delete all of the controls before recreating them.
Is there a loop that can delete all of the newly created controls? I have 9 controls on the form that need to stay put but everything after those 9 controls I want to delete. Is there something like:
I am trying to calculate the result of two text boxes in a third textbox on a userform.
Box1 = DirectorHrs = a textbox that the user enters the number of hours Box2= DirectorRate = a textbox that retrieves the rate from a sheet called "Rates" within the workbook upon initialise of userform. Box3 = DirectorTotal = Box1*Box2. I want this to update when the user enters or changes Box1.
I have the following code on the change event of Box1
Private Sub DirectorHrs_Change() DirectorTotal.Value = CStr(Val(DirectorRate.Value) * Val(DirectorHrs.Value)) End Sub
I'm making a form in excel to retrieve a number of welds. This number needs to be passed on to the next form to dynamically create an identical number of input fields (a set of text boxes and labels essentially). Any ideas on how I might do this? Is it even possible? I would like to avoid having 100 (my assumed maximum, it could get changed) sets of input fields and hiding the unused ones,
I have an Excel userform that has 10 textboxes named, say, tbLabel1, tbLabel2, ... tbLabel10. They are all disabled in the beginning. Then I have a question for the user "how many labels you want" and another textbox for the answer. If the user entered, say, 6 as the answer, I want enable the first 6 textboxes, tbLabel1 - tbLabel 6. I tried using
For I=1 To tbHowMany.value tbLabel & I.Enabled = True Next I
The code listed below checks to see if any checkboxes are checked via a form and if they are then populate a string variable with text to build out a range to be used for a Defined Name Range in excel. The code works but I was wondering if the same functionality could be written better.
Private Sub cmbRun_Click() Dim SelectedRange As String If CheckBoxML.Value = True Then SelectedRange = "Revenue!$M:$M" Goto jump1 Else If CheckBoxML.Value = False Then Goto jump1 jump1: If CheckBoxSL.Value = True Then SelectedRange = SelectedRange & ",Revenue!$N:$N" Goto jump2 Else...............................
I have a userform with fields (TextBoxes) Num1, Num2, Num3, Num5 and Num5
I also have an array which i have looped through and seeded with five values.
Now when I try and loop again and pass the values from the array to each of the textboxes I cant remember the syntax to reference the textbox using the loop variable - Num(var). I've experimented with the & symbol but it escapes me at the moment !
Im using the following code on a userform to link the spinner and a textbox:
Private Sub Marketing_spn1_Change() 'ensures the text box changes when spinner is changed Marketing_txt1.Text = Marketing_spn1.Value End Sub
Private Sub Marketing_txt1_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) ' ensure value typed in is valid newvalue = Round(Val(Marketing_txt1.Text), 0) If newvalue < Marketing_spn1.Min Then newvalue = Marketing_spn1.Min If newvalue > Marketing_spn1.Max Then newvalue = Marketing_spn1.Max ' set the spinner value to keep in step with new value Marketing_spn1.Value = newvalue ' set the textbox to the appropriate value Marketing_txt1.Value = newvalue End Sub
I have many spinners and textboxes with the same name (marketing_txt2, marketing_spn3 etc) on both this userform and on other userforms I shall be doing. Is there any way of just writing this code once, rather than copying and pasting it for each spinner/textbox?
I need some code that will do the following in a UserForm:
If option1 is selected = textbox1 is visible, textbox2/combo1 is hidden If option2 is selected = textbox2 is visible, textbox1/combo1 is hidden If option3 is selected = combobox1 is visible, textbox1/textbox2 is hidden
I'm using a UserForm.Label to display comments which are of variable length. At the bottom of the UserForm are two CommandButtons. I'd like the gap between the Label text and the CommandButtons to be small (and preferably constant); and the CommandButtons to be at the bottom of the UserForm. This means setting the CommandButton.Top and UserForm.Height as a function of the Label.Height. The crude way I have so far achieved is to use Len(Label.Caption) as the surrogate for Label.Height but it's not very satisfactory due to word-wrap and blank lines.