We have created a userform with several textbox for numbers. We'd like to show them with a format similar to "###,##0.00" and allow the users to enter numbers without commas, but always show the textbox formated. Is there any special way to manage this format? As the textbox is a "text" value, how can we manage the input and the numbers? Should we always replace the "," withi a nullstring? Example:
Private Sub tbCakPrice_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean)
tbCakPrice.Text = Format(Val(tbCakPrice.Value), "######0.00")
tbPxCakCnFCgl.Value = Format(Val(tbCakPrice.Value) + Val(tbFleteRealCgl.Value), "########0.00")
i want to know how to numberformat numbers (Currency) into thousands,lakhs. For example i m having amount in colmun D like 1239.00 i want to format the numbers in this column as Currency with thousand seperator and lakh seperator. like1,239.00 or 1,23,900.0
I have a giant sheet that culminates in a graph. It is for various regions. When used in a country with in-control currency, you end up with a nice healthy number that looks good on the graph. When our Zimbabwe office uses it with their crazy inflation and high prices, we get a crazy number that goes into scientific notation...
Anyway, my question:
Given a number like 4,200,000 or 6,500 or 345,123, I want to be able to show as few trailing numbers as possible, and give a nice K or B or D or however you abbreviate Quadrillion (kM? for Zimbabwe) after it.
And, if possible, I'd like to do it with number formats, but I am flexible so long as it doesn't use VBA.
The lookup table would be:
Sheet1 AB1<1,000As is21,000K31,000,000Mil.41,000,000,000Bil.5>1,000,000,000,000Tril. Excel tables to the web >> Excel Jeanie HTML 4
All numbers have 2 significant digits, and I want to keep 2, so if it ends up as 4,200,000, I want the answer to read 4.2 Mil, etc.
I tried doing this with a lookup, and couldn't handle it.
I am trying to write a custom cell format that would allow me to replace the comma with a space after the thousand's place. Therefore, 1 million would look like: 1 000 000 instead of 1,000,000. I do NOT want to change my regional settings to accomplish this.
When I write ### ### ### it accomplishes this, however, there is one small glitch. When you apply an "underline" you get the following result:
I'd like to be able to enter a date in excel as just the characters without the dashes and have it correctly recognized -- such as 05142006 changes to 5/14/2006. I have a great deal of data to enter and it would go much faster if I could do it in this format. Is there a VBA script or function of excel that I could use for this? I've tried looking around on here a bit and in the program settings,
Return a list of each " case" that includes "item X" (both cases and items are stored as text). Each "case" has a list of associated items, which are stored in another worksheet. "Item X" may be associated with many cases (e.g. not unique to a single case).
The results should look something like this (item in one column, concatenated list of cases in another column): ....
I have spreadsheets with a lot of dates where the date separators used are periods . instead of slashes /. For example, 12.02.2008 is what shows in a cell. Where I live (Australia) that means 12 Jan 2008. My need is to have Vba code that converts these to dates; e.g. 12/02/2008 or 12-Jan-2008, etc. I can manually select the cell or cells, press Ctrl+H, replace the period characters with slash characters and it works correctly - I get 12/02/2008 which I can then manipulate as a date. However, if I record a macro of the above actions, when I run the code the result I get in the cell is 2/12/2008 i.e. 2 Dec 2008. The code recorded is:
The only time the code gives the correct result is when the month is greater than 12; e.g. 23.02.2008 is converted to 23 Feb 2008. My computer is set up with regional settings to Australia and date format day/month/year.
I have the below find and replace code that is now working. I double checked the syntax and can't find a reason why. The errors I get are Overflow and 400.
'format column with custom date format. Public Sub formatDate() Dim charHold As Date What = m / d / yyyy repl = yyyymd Cells.Replace What:=What, Replacement:=repl, LookAt:=xlPart, _ SearchOrder:=xlByRows, MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False, _ ReplaceFormat:=False End Sub
On the attached example i have a user form (click Add New Hedge button) and on this form is a textbox for 'Avg. Price'. The value of entered from this box will go into the next available row in column on 'Unsettled Hedges' worksheet.
My problem is sometimes i would to enter the price as a fraction, e.g. 1/2 and other i would like to enter the price as a decimal, e.g. 1.5. At the moment if i enter the price as a decimal figure this will convert it to a fraction in column D of the 'unsettled hedges' worksheet.
What do i need to change in my code to make it enter the price in either format?
I have a textbox on a form that has a default value of 0.00. When the user enters a number I want it to format it to currency with two decimal places. I've tried form.textbox1.text = formatcurrency(textbox1.text,"0.00") but it won't format it to two decimal places.
I don't want the end user to do anything to TextBox2 (I've got it set to Enabled=False). I would like TextBox2 to populate in $$ format based on a formula : TextBox1 % x Range("Sales_Price")
I can get TextBox2 to populate correctly, but I can't get it to convert to $$ format. Everything I've come across uses the 'Exit' or 'AfterUpdate' event - but I don't think I can use these events since the User won't actually be doing anything to TextBox2.
I have a userform that contains textbox's that are linked to excel cells and i was wondering if there is a way to format the textbox to show the values in the number format. As the cells values are constantly changing the following code only works if the number is in the hundred of billions but if the number changed to 10,000 for example the format would not adapt.
Private Sub TextBox1_Change() Me.TextBox5 = Format$(CStr(ThisWorkbook.Sheets("ISN").Range("H1").Value) * Val(TextBox1.Text), "###,###,###,###") End Sub
I have an txtBox in a userForm. I need the value of the userform in a customized format i.e. the user will be able to enter only 5 digit numbers and after the value has been entered the txtBox should dispaly the value with prefix "A".
For example: 1. If user enters values as 56, then txtBox should display as A00056. 2. If user enters values as 12346, then txtBox should display as A12346.
In my Excel VBA user form, there are multiple instances of the MS DTPicker control, which feed multiple text boxes. These in turn are linked to named cells on an worksheet. Note at this stage please that dates will not always be required, hence the text boxes. Only the button on the DTP controls are visible, alongside the related textbox.
My problem is that the values in the cells are in US date format and I need them to be recognised in the UK date format. The dates therein must be formatted as dates (ie not as text), as they are used throughout other worksheets for calculations. In the sample below, DTPickerDateOfIncorporation is the named cell (the control source). I know from Roy's responses to other questions on the DTPicker that he doesn't use it - is there a better alternative?
I need to be able to format a textbox as curancy. Simple enough, right?
The problem is that this box is loaded from two sources. The first is automatic using the change event, this works well. The second is to enter directly into the textbox, which requires using the exit event, this also works.
The problem comes when I try to use both events. The change event interfers with the direct entry (the format keeps changing the entered value and will not allow the user to finish entering).
I am making a user form in Excel 2007 and for some reason where I am using textboxes for a user to enter numeric values the output on the spreadsheet has a general format which is causing an IF function to return an incorrect value. Is there a way to make sure the output from the form is in "numeric" format?
A particular textbox in myuserform requires a displayed format of 000.000. I would like the user to enter a no less, and no more, than 6 digits. On tab, the textbox displays that value in the preferred format.
eg. enter 123456, TAB, results in textbox display of 123.456
I have tried ...
[Private Sub freq_AfterUpdate() freq = Format(freq, "000.000") End Sub But this results in 123456.000
while trying to limit the user's input to a userform textbox to no avail. For example one textbox on the form should only be numbers and I therefore want to restrict the user to typing in a two digit code like 02 or 72 (not for calculations). Another textbox I only want to allow the user to input 6 characters in the format letter, four numbers and a letter. If the user inputs the wrong stuff a message box pops up and the focus is reset
i have this userform which has 20 textboxes. these boxes are used for numbers only. however, i want my numbers, as i type them, to appear in the boxes with thousands separators. even if i don't type the commas, the numbers will be formatted as if i typed them with such. Do i have to format the textboxes one by one for the formatting that I want or there are codes that could be used for all these textboxes?
I have a textbox in an excel userform and want the display to be formatted. When "9.1" is entered "9.100" shows either before or after going to the next textbox on userform. The code below is not working.
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize() txtWaste = Format(Me.txtWaste, "00.000") End Sub