How can I get the message to display in the center of the display box?
If i < 3 Then If MsgBox(Tries - i & " Tries Remaining." & vbLf & vbLf & " Try Again?", vbYesNo) = vbNo Then Exit For
As you can see the "try again?" & the text "Tries Remaining"works fine by entering spaces, but the number that is suppose to display with "Tries Remaining" does NOT center. How can I get the number to display in the center along with the text?
This is the complete code.
Private Sub Workbook_Open()
Dim i As Integer, Tries As Integer
Dim PassTry As String
Const Pass As String = "Password"
Dim storedPath As String
On Error Resume Next
storedPath = ThisWorkbook.CustomDocumentProperties("PathCertString").Value
On Error GoTo 0..................
Is it possible to concatenate an icon as part of a MsgBox's prompt string? An example of an icon might be from the imageMso library, imageMso="PropertyInsert". I want to include an icon in code like this:
MsgBox("In the next window, Press the Print icon " _ & <icon> & "to print this report " & _ "or press Close Print Preview " & <icon> _ & "to cancel printing."))
Before executing my code I want to check down a column to make sure there are no entries in it. If there are then I want to display a message and then exit the sub. If all the cells in the range are empty then the code is to be executed. What I have so far is
I am developing a form for emergency dispatching. One of the features of this dispatch sheet is that there are several maps in it that open on a seperate form. The map form has 4 maps that are picture files in an image. these images are in a frame. The different images are selected using option buttons. Given the background above, my problem is this. I have code that zooms in 50% each time the Click event for the image is fired. wht i am trying to do is make the zoomed view center where i clicked. this is the code that i have so far but it doesn't work all that spectacular, the closer I zoom in the further out of center the place i clicked gets untill it is out of view.
Private Sub Layout_MouseMove(ByVal Button As Integer, ByVal Shift As Integer, ByVal X As Single, ByVal Y As Single) CurrentX = X CurrentY = Y End Sub
Private Sub PlantLayout_Click() If Frame1.Zoom < 400 Then Frame1.Zoom = Frame1.Zoom + 50 frmmap.Frame1.ScrollLeft = CurrentX - (Frame1.Width / 2) frmmap.Frame1.ScrollTop = CurrentY - (Frame1.Height / 2) frmmap.Repaint End Sub
Any way to vertically and horizontally center an autoshape in a cell without VBA. I created a shape and placed it in a cell but don't think it is centered. Also, if I add shapes to adjacent cells, I would want them all to be centered directly in the middle of the cells they are in. Using the align feature only seems to make sure the shapes are aligned to each other but doesn't seem to put them in the center of their respective cells.
Here's a weird one: I can't get some of my cells to align to center/left/right. Both the buttons on the toolbar and Format->Cells->Alignment won't work. The kicker is that other cells on the same sheet will center/left/right just fine. Is there some kind of formatting protection I inadvertently set?
I have a worksheet (Covers) that is going to be the front and back covers for a binder.
The title/text portion is automatically filled from cells elsewhere in the workbook.
I have a button to bring up a userform that allows one to select the images (3 .jpg images) you wish to use on the cover pages.
I have code that successfully brings up the userform, and allows image selection and preview within the userform.
Now I want to insert these selected images into the worksheet, centered on specified cells and sized (zoom) to a maximum width/height (whichever is reached first).
Can a blank Picture be inserted with its size specified/fixed, then use code (Image1 = LoadPicture?) to change what is displayed?
Or do I have to calculate the size, center it on the page, and insert the image each time?
The code (in part) for the UserForm looks like:
Private Sub SelFcvrImg_Click()
Dim FCpicName As Variant ChDir ("S:DanBuilder Logos-Photos") FCpicName = Application. GetOpenFilename(Title:="Select an Image!", _ fileFilter:="Pictures (*.bmp;*.gif;*.tif;*.jpg),*bmp;*gif;*.tif;*.jpg") If FCpicName <> False Then InsertImgForm.FCoverImgPrvw.Picture = LoadPicture(FCpicName)
The UserForm has an Image (preview) with PictureSizeMode set to zoom.
I'm really after the same thing embedded in the sheet...
I'm having trouble centering my UserForms on the screen. I have tried all the options on the StartUpPosition in the Properties windows and the closest I can get is vertically centered but on the far left. The annoying thing is that it was working (both vertically and horizontally centered) but when I changed the defaults of the option buttons they moved to the position I described. I have two monitors (but excel is maximised on one monitor only) could this have something to do with my problem? If so why did it work before?
I would like to know that if i have seat count available according to floor and weekly off are planned according to team, also seat allocations is given floor wise, however i want to know how many seats are available on each floor or any given day.
I have attached excel sheet : Seat Allocation.xlsx
When I use "Merge & Center cells with Labels" of a pivot table, It is merging Column labels as well as row labels. Is there a workaround to apply this feature only for column labels and not for row labels.
We can center horizontally with TextAlign (Left, right or center). Can we center text in a textbox on a userform vertically? I am working with multiple fonts, when a user selects a font I attempt to format a textbox as a display to show what is being created (Best WYSIWYG as I can). I have this particular font that is just ugly but is required. My textbox is set for a 12 point font but the displayed characters partially appear below the lower portion of the textbox. Think of cutting off about 1/3 of the bottom of all text in the textbox.
In my textbox it seems like the text could be moved up (some type of top margin?). All other fonts appear to display in the textbox vertically central, so I believe its the particular font selected causing the as displayed anomaly.