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.
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 this code, which does what i want it to do but i want 5 userforms printed in a4 and 1 in a3, also i want to print them all in colour, as they contain graphs, and visually its poor when in black and white
I added in black and white = false, but it still prints black and white, i tried size = A3 and that wouldnt work either
I have a number defined print ranges. I wish to create a list of all the named print ranges and then select certain ranges to print in a single document. I have been told can use something called a "userform".
with printing a long userform? Unfortunately, the me.printform does not print out the whole form. It gets cut off because my form is too long and slightly too wide. I also tried to do a print screen, but unfortunately, because my form is too long, it will only do a snapshot of a portion of the form. In my case, on the bottom as that is where I have placed my command button.
Does anyone know how to bring the whole form out to excel or word? I don't mind doing that as long as I can print out the whole form?
On my excel 2007 UserForm I have a CheckBox with 18 possible or multiple selections of reports (word.docm) what I would like to do is, when selected they would be sent to printer.
Here's what code I have so far, something is missing, I'm not sure
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() For x = 1 To 18 If Controls("checkbox" & x) Then Select Case x Case x = 1 worddoc = ActiveWorkbook.Path & "Inspection ReportsCover Page.docx" Case x = 2 worddoc = ActiveWorkbook.Path & "Inspection ReportsClient Information.docx" Case x = 3.....................
I have developed an extensive program running on excell but with the user only seeing userforms. I would now like to build in a "print screen" button, but have no idea how to do this.
What it needs to do is capture the userform and all its entries (as it is displayed on the screen) and send this to the printer to be printed as a picture. I am assuming that there must be code available so that when ever the user clicks this button, the standard windows (or excell) print screen appears from which he will be able to choose the printer etc.
I have created a userform which user will fill in, but have come up against usual problem of not being able to print a copy. It has scroll bars so can't just use ctrl + alt + print screen method.
Thought i could get around problem, by recreating the form on worksheet by using activeX labels. I use a basic loop that goes through each of the required controls on the userform and exactly recreates it on the worksheet, using Active X Labels.
This all works fine, but when it gets to end of macro, the userforms just disappears and macro stops. No error message!! Also during the process of creating the axtive x labels i can't step through in VBA as it says its uable to break at that point!!
Private Sub NoPRINTBLANK_Click() Dim percent As Integer Dim Olob As OLEObject Set ctrl = TICKSHEET.Controls pgs = TICKSHEET.COMPS.Pages.Count pgs = pgs - 1 For z = 0 To pgs percent = (z + 1) / (pgs + 1) * 100 ' this is for a progress bar on sheet progresser percent ' this runs small sub to alter progress bar TICKSHEET.Repaint Worksheets("SHT" & z + 1).Activate ActiveSheet.OLEObjects.Delete...................
I know you don't usually print userforms & when you do I know the code, however, how can you print one page of a multipage userform when the page has a vertical scrollbar & you want to print the whole page, not just what is showing on screen?
1/ I enter manually a list of serial numbers in a column
2/ the latest cell gives the number Y (count) of data entered
3/ I need a macro to perform the following on a Form when I press a button: a. the form is printed Y times and every times: b. "Page x of Y" where x increments (Y is the value given by the item 2/) c. the serial number cell shows values from the list one by one (item 1/)
So, that means I will have Y copies of the form where the page number starts at 1 and ends at Y, and a Serial number linked to the list (page 1 shows SN from line1, Page 2 SN from line 2, ... Page Y SN from line Y).
I'm building a userform (for the first time), and I'm working with a textbox control. I'd like to make it so that when the user clicks in that textbox, the contents is selected, so that if they begin typing, it will type over what is already there.
My question, specifically, is whether or not there is a property I can set to make this the default behavior, and if not - what event do I tie to this action? Is it the "Enter" event?
What I have now, which will probably be unacceptable to my users, is code that looks like this:
Private Sub tbName_Enter() ActiveControl.Value = "" End Sub This makes the contents disappear, but I'd rather they stay there and just become "selected".
I have a userform in a workbook and depending on what selection the user makes from a combo box, I want the data to get pushed into the relevant sheet.
I did think I could get away with If Me.cmbtype.Value = "Tool" Then Set ws = Worksheets("Tools") ElseIf Me.cmbtype.Value = "Guide" Then Set ws = Worksheets("Guides") etc but its now not copying data into Tools if I selected Tool from cmbtype (but when I select Guide it does appear to work).
The rest of the code is the same regardless of what type they select from cmbtype, its just which sheet the data gets copied into that changes.
I have textbox1 through textbox8 and all have a number value controlled by their respective spinbutton. The total of those txtbox's adds up into textbox 9, but I currently have a command button to sum the value. would I would like is textbox 9 to update as I'm updating txtbox 1-8 automatically. let me know if possible
After seaching on this and other forums I have not been able to get an answer to this question. Also I know there are a lot of posts out there that sound like this, but none are the same.
My spreadsheet has multiple userforms, which has multiple textboxes. The textboxes are for dates. I have it set so when you double click in the textbox that it calls a calendar function.
Here is the problem.... After you click ok on the calendar form I want the date to go into the textbox that the calendar form was called from. The only way for me to get this to work is to create a seperate calendar form for each textbox that I call the calendar form from.