I have a userform with 10 rows of data with 8 colums in each row... I am trying to figure out how to dynamically address the object names (ie Textboxes).
Short and simply let's say I have 10 Text boxes named textbox1, textbox2, textbox3, etc
I want to address them in a loop as follows
Private Sub Clear_Fields()
Dim field As Object
For x = 1 To 10
field = "textbox" & LTrim(Str(x))
field.Value = "1"
Obviously I'm missing something here as I get the error Object Variable or With Block Variable not set
I am trying to rename a text box, but it doesn't let me. The naming convention is fine, as it works with others. But it thinks that name is taken or something. So how can I see the names of all objects on a sheet?
I have this logic that clears cells in all WS in WB.
The logic is using each sheet name to reference the logic to clear the contents. Look:
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() ActiveSheet.Unprotect Password:="" With Application .ScreenUpdating = False .EnableEvents = False Response = MsgBox("This Action Will Prep For A New Week. Do you want to Continue?", vbYesNo) If Response = vbNo Then Exit Sub End If
I have been trying to setfocus to any other object on my userform with absolutely no luck at all?
In the code below I open a dialog box to import a text file (with CommandButton1), if no file is selected the user is prompted, this works fine. However it leaves focus to the textbox and the user would have to click on some other object and re-enter the textbox to open the dialog box again.
I need the 'Week 26' and the 'John Smith' to be changeable and preferabilly linked to a cell using the INDIRECT formula so I can change all references to Week 26, 27, 28 etc and also change the workbook name it is referencing.
I have attempted to do this in the following way
I broke down the pathname to seperate cells
Cell 1: 'C:Spreadsheets Cell 2: A reference linking to a cell containing value: Week 26 Cell 3: A reference linking to a cell containing value: [John Smith.xls] Cell 4: Sheet1'!$A$1
I then used the CONCATENATE formula to link these into a single cell as a text string.
I then tried to use INDIRECT to link to the filemane in the CONCATENATE cell.
This did not work.
I need a way to make parts of the filename variable and linked to one cell.
I also need to do this while the other workbooks are closed.
I have found some information on INDIRECT.EXT which as far as I can make out involves installing mods to Excel to make these work, I cannot do this as the spreadsheet will be used across our network and will eventually be used by thousands of users.
I was just trying to work around a problem with multiple UserForms in project. I have assigned Object variables oUserForm1 and oUserForm2 to represent UserForms of specific names.
VB: Dim oUserForm1 As Object Dim oUserForm2 As Object
Set oUserForm1 = VBA.UserForms.Add("Data" & CStr(X)) oUserForm1.Y = Y
When oUserForm1 shows new data are inserted and another macro runs with a line to hide the opened UserForm. In my project manager this user form name is i.e. Data1 (for x = 1), but the syntax Data1.Hide returns error. After that line it ask me to close the TOP most modal UserForm.
But When I use Me.Hide all works well.
My question is: Does VBA not see the name of the userform ("Data1") because I have used the oUserForm1 variable to give it a focus to it?
I have a userform that has a lot of textboxes that are formatted as date fields. Some of them have a default value and are locked=true, enabled=false. For those ones I have a checkbox next to them so the user can unlock and enable the textbox if they so desired.
Well the checkboxes and textboxes have a similar naming scheme, but are not numeric (they are not CheckBox1, CheckBox2, etc). As an example they one grouping is Cust1RelExpUnlock (this is the checkbox) and Cust1RelExpDateBox (this is the textbox). The difference in their name is the last portion (Unlock or DateBox).
Now when the checkbox is selected the code I want looks something like this:
Code: Private Sub Cust1RelExpUnlock_Click()UnlockDateBox Cust1RelExpUnlockEnd Sub
Where UnlockDateBox is the function I'm having difficulty with and is supposed to be generic enough to work on any grouping assuming my naming scheme is consistent.
Using a combination of the Left() and Len() functions I can get the unique aspects of the name. Then concatenate it with "DateBox" as required. However I'm getting type mismatch errors, or object required erros. I tried various combinations of Dim _____ As Object, As Control, As Textbox... with no success.
I'm getting the correct name as a string, how do I make it work so I can reference the textbox.enabled/.locked?
Code: Private Sub UnlockDateBox(Ck) Dim CkDate As Control 'Tried control, textbox, object Set CkDate = ProjectInputForm.MultiPage1.Object ' tried just using ProjectInputForm, and Object Dim CkName As String
In design mode on my UserForm, I have an object on top of all other objects (it's hidden until a button is clicked). That's how I designed it and it was working fine when I ran the form. Now, when I run the form and click the button, the object appears at the bottom below all other objects. I've tried closing Excel & re-opening it, setting the ZOrder in design mode and in the CommandButton code--nothing works. If I did do something to cause this--I have no idea what it was. I've been moving and re-sizing some objects, but not adjusting the ZOrder.
I know there is something I am missing here and I can't really find the solution I need in past threads. I have a macro that calls about three macros in a row, then once it has done those tasks, I want it to show a particular userform using the userform.show statement. However, when it comes to show the userform I get an error saying that it cannot find the specified object? This is quite frustrating and I think I fixed it in another part a while ago, but I can't remember how.
I have a code that runs when I open the workbook. It asks if this is a new quote, if it is it should then open userform1. The problem is that sometimes when I click yes I get a "Path/File access error" popup, and then a VBA error box with "Run-time error '75' Could not find the specified object".
When i debug, it highlights the line "userform1.show"
IF i end, and then run it from within VBA it will then run fine.
Sometimes when I open the workbook it will just crash excel, and when I reopen it, it runs fine.
Simple code -
answer = MsgBox("Is this a new quote?", vbYesNo) If answer = vbNo Then Else userform1.show
I have an excel workbook with a dynamic dependent drop down list setup, works a treat on the first worksheet i set it up on.
However here's the problem, my workbook contains a good handful of worksheets each named to reflect the certificate on the page, i need the drop down list to work on each tab. problem is when i setup the index/match function it requires a specific sheet name to make it work i.e.
I have a column of data that is blank-delimited into five blocks. The size of each block will vary, since the data comes from a web query. A blank (empty) cell tells me where a block ends and the next one begins.
I would like to set up five dynamic names (e.g. Block_1, Block_2 and so on), each of which will reference the corresponding segment of data.
What would be an elegant way of defining the dynamic names?
I have been working on large project using Excel VBA for several days. My code seems to be working correctly, but I have more to do and now, when I drag an object from the toolbox onto a UserForm, the object is not added to the list of objects on the form. If I go back to versions of the project that I was working on several days ago, there is no problem. If I run "Workbook Rebuilder", the objects that I have dragged onto the form are then added to the object list, but I still can't add new objects to forms from within the VBA editor. Is the project corrupted, or is there some other explanation, and are there any fixes? The code runs about 50 pages, and there are over 20 forms, so redoing from scratch is only a last resort option.
Is there anyway to make the number of multipages you have respond to a previous fill in the Userform? Let's say you have a textbox asking for number of requests, if you type 4, there will be 4 multipages with the same fills.
Enclosed is a copy of a workbook in Excel 2003, in which I copied the VBA from a web site to see how that works. I am not a guru in Excel but always curious to see how things can be achieved to maybe enhance it in the future use. I have tried everything based on my knowledge but did not succeed.
I'm working to develop a method to programmatically identify the type of object contained in a UserForm, it's relevant property(s) & their current values.
Currently, I'm importing the relevant form into a new form module within the VBA Project. I'd like to be able to set the Workbook & Userform as variables within the code & do away with the import step. It appears the target workbook can be addressed by using the statement,
Set my_Workbook = CreateObject(Application. GetOpenFilename)
However I'm coming unstuck with the correct syntax to address UserForms in another workbook.
I have dynamic named range that lists by columns. I can use this with data validation pull down on my worksheet and all is fine. But when I use this named range in the RowSource of a combo box in a userform, I only get the first column of data, or basically, the data in B1, but not C1, D1, ect. Here is the formula for the named range.
I have a userform to be populated with data from a dynamic table for purposes of showing users their daily stats. The data is populated on the worksheet in the following way- ..............
When the userform is pulled up, it needs to show the following details -
UserName - User1 Workitem 2 : 12 Workitem 3 : 7
As the work items go all the way to 65, I wanted to only show the work items that had actually been worked on by each person - What I am struggling with is how to populate the textboxes on the userform with this data - without getting into an absolute mess of if statements -
If Range(WorkItem1Range).Value <> "" Then userformStats.WorkItemA= Range("a2").Value..........
Is it possible to count the number of comboboxes on a userform? Or better yet can I fill an Array with all the combobox names on a userform? I can count the controls on a userform but I'm trying to count just the comboboxes? Instead of all the labels and textboxes and frames.
I would like to loop through them for validation instead of doing it by each one by itself!
I've setup a list of names that is populated from a userform, this works OK. I have then tried to use a combobox (on a separate form) to use these names as its values, I first used the rowsource property but this only returned the first name in the list and after searching for the last few hours and trying different methods it's still not working.
Here's what I have;
To populate the list;
Dim irow As Long Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = Worksheets("Clients") 'find first row in database irow = ws.Cells(Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Offset(1, 0).Row With ws .Range("A" & irow) = txtNewClient.Value
I have also tried the userform_initialize, with no joy either,
Every thread I see on Google search for creating check boxes on a user form based on worksheet data says to use a list box, but I really want check boxes. Any code that will create, on initialize of the user form, a check box for each item in Import!B2:B (last row), regardless of the number of items? I am only worried about having about 20 max. Usually, it will only be 5 to 10.
I did try the list box, but it doesn't populate the list box.
Code: Private Sub UserForm2_Initialize() Dim lbtarget As MSForms.ListBox Dim rngSource As Range
I create a series of labels and text boxes at runtime.
Code: for x = 1 to 10 labelName = "label" & x Set cControlLabel = Me.frameScrollable.Controls.Add("Forms.Label.1", labelName, True) next x
How can I assign an on_click event to these? I have seen some rather complicated suggestions such as creating code for each possible object, but there could possibly be hundreds of labels created. It would be nice to be able to call the same macro from each label click, and then take action based on the .caption property of the label.
I am looking for some code that dynamically (during processing) changes the height of a userform. What I am trying to do is this: I have ten worksheets but only five are being used. I am looking to have a userform with a checkbox for each of the active sheets labeled. I don't want to have to display a form that is basically ten checkboxes with five enabled and five disabled. I want to show only the five active sheets checkboxes with a userform only large enough for the five. If six are active then a userform displaying six checkboxes and a userform large enough for only the six to be displayed.
I have three ComboBoxes. I need the choice of the first ComboBox to detirmine what is shown in the second and the choice in the second to detirmine what is shown in the third. The lists will be growing as users add items.