I create a series of labels and text boxes at runtime.
for x = 1 to 10
labelName = "label" & x
Set cControlLabel = Me.frameScrollable.Controls.Add("Forms.Label.1", labelName, True)
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 need a userform textbox event that fires after I tab or click out of the textbox. Going by the list of options:Beforedragover, BeforeDroporPaste, Change, DblClick, DropButtonClick, Error, Keydown, Keypress, keyup, mousedown, mousemove, mouseup.
I can't figure out which one will do what I want. The change event happens instantaneously which doesn't work. I need to fire off the event when my focus leaves the textbox.
I am building a conversion calculator on a userform. There is a textbox I've named "UserPctOff" where the user enters their value. I've got a label that I'm using to record the converted value. I keep getting Type 13 Mismatch error.
I have multiple Userforms with labels etc, all controls are similarily named (so I could do this) and I can refer to the Userform dynamically but the Label caption/Controls don't change, any idea's how to get them working.
I need to write some code to update a label everytime the textbox data is edited. I have this code so far but it is returning an object error. NineV refers to the text box and and ninelabel refers to the label. This is the code:
Code: Private Sub NineV_change() Dim nivevalue As Integer ninevalue = (((GP / 31.1035) * 0.255) * NineV.Text) NineLabel.Caption = "£" & ninevalue End Sub
I have a userform in Excel and I would like to have a label calculate from the sum of 3 different labels. I have tried a few ways of which none worked.
This is what I currently have. This returns $0.00 in the label value but does not calculate...
Code: Public Sub TotalCACost() If TextBox12.Value > "" Then Label685.Caption = ""
The reason that I have it as a public sub is that I am calling it to Private Sub extBox12_Change() as well as a couple of other textboxes so that when ever TextBox12 or the other textBoxes gets changed, the value will recalculate. The "other textBoxes" change the values of label443, 444, 445, 385, 386, 387 etc..
I have a userform that is dynamically generating labels. The reason for this is because I have a few thousand labels to generate. I am also attaching a MouseMove event to each dynamically generated label using a its own class.
The class contains this code:
Code: Private Sub m_objlb_MouseMove(ByVal Button As Integer, ByVal Shift As Integer, ByVal X As Single, ByVal Y As Single) m_objlb.Caption = "x" End Sub
What this will do is whenever the mouse hovers over a label, its caption is changed to an "x".
Now, I would like to reset the caption once the mouse is no longer on the label. I don't think looping through all labels and resetting them is feasible because of the sheer number of labels involved.
As an aid, I have a label at the bottom of the form and when a person tabs onto a textbox that labels then states what you are supposed to input into that textbox along with an example. When you tab onto another textbox the caption on the label changes to give another explanation and example.
I attempted to insert an if statement into the userform which states that if a textbox is enabled then the caption of the label = "Example"
If textbox1.enabled = True Then label1.caption = "Explanation 1, Example 1" If textbox2.enabled = True Then label1.caption = "Explanation 2, Example 2" End If End If
I have a userform with seven textboxes. I want to sum up the values in those textboxes and print the result in a label caption on the form. The label which displays the total needs to be updated every time anyone adjusts the textboxes. Because I need to have it update like this, I need to have a separate (short) procedure that I can call (when a textbox is adjusted) to sum up the textboxes once again, and place that sum in the label caption.
I have encountered a weird problem. When I update the label caption during the USERFORM ACTIVATE procedure, everything works fine and dandy, even though the summing is taking place in a separate procedure. But I cannot realistically run this entire activation procedure every time the user changes the number in a textbox. (Or, I should say, it just seems like sloppy programming to me.) I really need to update the label caption in a separate smaller procedure. However, when I change my code so that the label caption gets updated during the smaller procedure (which performs the summing operation), the caption remains blank.
I have a userform that shows while a macro is running. The userform just informs the user that the macro is still in progress. However, I can get the userform to show and the macro to run, but the label on the userform won't appear. Here is the code I have:
Code: Private Sub Userform_Activate() Application.ScreenUpdating = False Sheets("Data").Select
I am trying to make a Progress bar with a statment using a Userform with a label saying Please wait. I call the form using UserForm1.Show vbModeless.The form shows and functions as needed but the label with the caption please wait is not visible. how to get the label to show?
Code: Private Sub cmdSearchButton_Click() Dim txtbox As String 'stores lookup value Dim x As Variant 'value for wwid txt box Dim ForeName As String Dim SurName As String Dim wwid As Variant Dim iPosition As Integer
Here is my code, it does a vlookup and if the persons name is not found it will split the text entered into forename and surname but when i try and add
I tried looking for everywhere, but i still cant seem to find the solution.. I have an Active X textbox on a worksheet, and I need it's value to show up on a textbox on my userform, that shows up through a command button on that worksheet. I'm fairly new to vba.
I have a MultiPage control that has 67 TextBoxes on it, changes to 14 of these TextBoxes will trigger a public subroutine called TB1Refresh. I have a TextBox and a ComboBox just above the MultiPage control. The ComboBox is set as a MultiColumn. The ComboBox is working. The TextBox is called TB1. The first TextBox on the MultiPage is called TB2. There are no duplicate names on this UserForm. When I scroll though the list in CB1, the values in the TextBoxes on the MultiPage scroll as the they are supposed to. The problem is that every time one of the 14 TextBoxes changes, the subroutine is supposed to fire. Here is the code I use in two of the TextBoxes to fire this sub:
Private Sub TB8_Change() TB1Refresh End Sub
Private Sub TB9_Change() TB1Refresh End Sub
I put a MsgBox at the beginning and the end of TB1Refresh to see what was happening. They never fired! So the question is, why won't the subroutine fire when called upon to do so. This code was working before I added the MultiPage to this UserForm,