I am creating a userform with 10 checkboxes. The first 9 checkboxes are user options. I want the 10th check box to be a "Select All" option i.e. if the 10th checkbox is checked all the other 9 options are deemed to have been selected.
The way I want the display to work is that if the 10th checkbox is ticked all other checkboxes are cleared. Also if the 10th checkbox is ticked and any of the other check boxes is selected then the 10th checkbox should be selected.
I have tried coding this up but the checkboxes don't seem to operate as desired. I placed some code on the click event for the last option button to set the vlaue for all other buttons to false. This works but the 10th check box doesn't get ticked itself. When I try to code up the other bit I get similar issues.
I want to have 1 check box affect 3 others in the following way: check box 1 if checked, allow check/uncheck of check boxes 2, 3, 4 if unchecked, uncheck boxes 2, 3, 4 and do not allow checking check box 1 is linked to D1 which starts with a value of false. cell E1 is if condition to have value 1 when D1 has value of true.
I have numerous hyperlinks in cells on a worksheet, next to these I have checkboxes. I am looking for a macro that will check if the boxes are checked and if not ignore them and if so run a certain macro.
I am working on a check box based list for work. The requirement is for the check box to be linked to the cell that it is in and then for conditional formatting to be done so that if the box is checked it goes green and if it is blank it goes red. This is fine for individual cells, but when i try and copy the formatting and cells throughout the worksheet it links all the cells back to the original cell.
Is there a way to a mass insert of Check Boxes without the cell link all being the same cell? I have a huge list of items that I want to put a check box next to each one. This way when my warehouse people check it off in the sheet one of the columns will read "Available".
Problem is when I put the first box in and cell link it to E4, and then copy and paste it, all the boxes toggle based on one another. Otherwise I have to put in 584 check boxes. Solutions or other recommendations are gladly welcome.
Also, is "True/False" the only available "response" when using Check boxes? (I Know I can write an equation based on the true false, but I am just curious)
I have a worksheet with a command button, this button opens a userform with check boxes. the user has 4 options and can select them all if they choose, they click the command button on the userform and then the original sheet gets populated with only specific data based on the variablesbut nothing happens.
Private Sub CmdStructStrategy_Click() FrmStrategy.Lbl1.Caption = "2007 Roll" FrmStrategy.Lbl2.Caption = "Flat Price" FrmStrategy.Lbl3.Caption = "Options" FrmStrategy.Lbl4.Caption = "Time Spreads" FrmStrategy.Show End Sub
I am using Excel 2007 on Windows XP. I have written up a questionnaire that allows the user to simply check boxes in the cells. My problem is coming up with a formula to count the number of boxes have been checked. I tried several count formulas without any luck. I think one of the problems is that when I highlight the cells with these check boxes it doesn't actually show in data in the fx line.
What Im trying to do add some addition data to a spreadsheet, I think a userform is the best way to do this. Worksheet = sheet 1 (Current Data)
I have an Item number in column C of sheet 1 (currently 570 items) I have a spot for the values of my checkboxes on sheet1
What I would like is to be able to select the item number from a combo box (cmbITEM) And check off all or some of the checkboxes (I have 12 checkboxes = chk01 through chk12) then have that update the data on sheet1
I am trying to write a macro for an option button, that when selected it checks to see if another option button is selected then continues to automatically change the value of 5 other option button within in 5 other group boxes
Sub SetFilter() 'check to see if filtering is required If Sheet1.Shapes("Option Button 54").value = True Then 'set non-specific filtering Sheet1.Shapes("Option Button 28").Value = xlOn Sheet1.Shapes("Option Button 38").Value = xlOn Sheet1.Shapes("Option Button 44").Value = xlOn Sheet1.Shapes("Option Button 52").Value = xlOn End If End Sub
I have a problem to check the value of a checkbox when I write the code in Module1. I have several worksheets, and in each worksheet there is a CheckBox1. I want the macro (in Module1) to perform a given code when the CheckBox1.value = true and visa versa.
The code I'm using is as follows:
Global ws As Worksheet
Application. ScreenUpdating = False
For Each ws In Worksheets
If CheckBox1.Value = True Then 'Do code1 Else 'Do code2 End If Next ws
Application.ScreenUpdating = True
When the Macro is run, an error msg is showing "RunTime error '91'.
Does anyone know how to make this macro function? I've searched the forum, but couldn't make any of the codes suggested to work.
I am creating an income calculation sheet to qualify my borrowers. I have different "types" of income in regards to hourly pay, bonus pay and overtime pay (examples)
I am using check boxes for my worksheet for the income that my underwriters want to use (example OT plus regular pay or Bonus plus regular pay or just regular pay alone can all be different options) they would then just check the box for the combo they want to use. (my check boxes came from the developer tab and I have them formatted to show true/false for checked or unchecked.)
Intro to my problem: We have 3 separate time frames for each type of pay. (I have 2012 Bonus, 2013 Bonus and then 2014 year to date bonus.....and the same for Overtime pay and regular pay, etc.)
My underwriters can only use ONE of the 3 yearly options.
Excel problem: Im thinking I need to go conditional formatting for this, but I need something to pop up if they accidentally have 2 boxes checked in one category. (So if they accidentally mark a box to use 2012 OT AND 2014 OT year to date, thats a problem and will throw the #'s off) So Im thinking there is some way to conditionally format my true/false results from my check boxes. If 2 out of 3 say true, the cell should black out or something along those lines....
I attached a screen shot of how my worksheet looks as of now : Income example excel forum.docx
I need to remove check boxes that were added by accident and they would not clear out. I tried clearing content and deleting the whole cell, but I don't want to delete the whole row, as there are important information and it would take a long time to reformat and copy the stuff.
I have a spreadsheet in which a check box fills the corresponding cell with the value "TRUE" if checked and "False" if unchecked. I use this check box for several functions (e.g. assigning a unique ID number). One of the functions I would like to make is a time and date stamp in another column when a user checks a box.
I have perused some of the past topics on this subject and there are a few hiccups in the other fixes.
1. I can't simply set the iterations to one because this sheet also is used to calculate expenditures, fund balances, etc. I need the calculations to be ongoing.
2. I currently have a check box macro that placed a check box on a thousand rows. It may require more rows later on. I need a solution that sets up a time stamp for all of these rows, not just a macro for one row at a time.
3. I need the time stamp to be static. I need to know when entries were made. I cannot use track changes, because we will be using this data to measure the effectiveness of our process. I need to be able to add and subtract the time between the timestamps.
I would like to be able to create multiple check boxes that will accomplish 2 things.
1. When Checked will display a date in the cell one column to the right. 2. When checked will change colors
Secondly, since i will need to make several hundred of these I would like a macro that will allow me to define how the check box is to behave and then have a macro which will allow me to define all of the settings and then input the number of check boxes that I want and it will create that many boxes.
I recall seeing a macro on here some time ago (at least 1 month prior but no more than 6 months prior) which allowed you to type into a form how many check boxes or option boxes you wanted to create in your workbook, and then it would create that many.
I have a spreadsheet setup which includes a number of checkboxes set up using the forms toolbar.
I would like to link each of these checkboxes (in sheet1) to a cell reference in sheet2. I'm trying to write a macro that will do this for me to save me right clicking, choosing format control etc for each checkbox.
I found the code on this page: http://www.mrexcel.com/archive2/51300/59643.htm which appears to be similar to what I am trying to achieve. In this case it creates the checkboxes in cells B3:B20 and links them to C3:C20.
I have already created all the checkboxes, and wish to use a macro to link them (for example) to C3:C20 in sheet2.
I would like to create a macro in my personal macro workbook that will uncheck specific "check boxes". I tried recording this process, but had no luck. Is there a trick to recording actions performed on objects, or some other trick to make this work that I'm not aware of?
I am trying to create a command button in Microsoft Excel (Office 2000) that enables me to reset the check box status for a worksheet from checked to unchecked. The worksheet contains approximately 50 check boxes and is meant to be reused. Is this possible? If so, how can I program it to do so?
I have a user form with 10 textboxes on and when you press the command button, VBA will send the values in each text box to a cell on the sheet. If a user only wants to enter one value, it zeroes all the others in that row!! Does anyone have any ideas please in very very basic lamens code!! It is only relating to the user form called "Figures1". I had an if command running in the "decweek1" modules, but it makes my procedure too long to do the same with the other one!
If you look at my code, you can see how unadvanced I am with this so really simple code would be gratefully received!! If anyone feels nice enough you could always write the code for this problem for me and send me back the workbook, however I don't expect anyone to do this!