When I select in my combo box I would like it to populate fields. That part is fine. When I try to input I want it to input in corresponding cell to the combo box selection i made. Problem is I can only get it to input in a certain cell not cell corresponding.
Private Sub ComboBox1_Change()
Dim iRow As Integer
If Me.ComboBox1.Value = "" Then Exit Sub
iRow = WorksheetFunction.Match(Me.ComboBox1.Value, Range("People"), 0) + 1
Me.TextBox1.Value = Cells(iRow, 2)
Me.TextBox2.Value = Cells(iRow, 3)
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
I have a userform with a textbox and would like the user to type inside the textbox which in turn send the text typed to a cell on my spread sheet say sheet 1 cell ref A1. I am writing the following into the control source Sheet1!A1 but the control source does not except this. I am using excel 2007 .
How to set a control on data input to a cell? I want to restrict user to input data in this format "LASTNAME,FIRSTNAME" to a cell. Otherwise, an error message will prompt. For example, if they put a space in between lastname and firstname, an error message will prompt.
I have already enter Data Input instruction using Data validation / input message. But this does not prevent them from putting space inbetween lastname and firstname.
I have a rather large userform with numerous textboxes and comboboxes. Data entered into the text and combo boxes is written to the next empty row of a sheet. As the data to be entered into the next row may not "all" vary from the last I would like to have the data I have last selected or entered remain in the textbox or comboboxes for the next. I attach an example for a better explaination.
In Excel 2000 there seems to be a problem with setting the focus in a UserForm TextBox if the SetFocus method is applied in the same submodule as the UserForm.Show method. Microsoft's circumvention for this is to put the SetFocus command in the form's Activate event submodule.
This seems to work OK except when the TextBox you are applying the SetFocus to is the first control inside a frame. It works if the TextBox is not the first control, and it can be circumvented by first setting the focus on a subsequent control then switching the focus to the intended control.
However, the circumvention is not that useful if there is only one TextBox control in a frame or, as in my current project, if you try to create a generic piece of code to validate controls from multiple forms and set the focus from within the generic code.
Does anyone know of a way over overcoming this problem and being able to directly set the focus to the first TextBox inside a frame?
If this control is a TextBox, I would like to read the Text property, and if it's a ComboBox, I would like to read the Value property.
Public Function readValue(c As Control) As String If (TypeName(c) = "TextBox") Then ' convert the Control to TextBox then put readValue = c.Text Else If (TypeName(c) = "ComboBox") Then 'convert the Control to ComboBox then put readValue = c.Value End If End If End Function
I am working on an Inventory control worksheet where i have all parts used in a certain assembly on the left (A) followed by Qty per assembly (B) and then current baseline Inventory (C). In columns D-max i will have at the top a pull down menu to let the user decide if they are subtracting from inventory (Purchase Order) or adding to inventory (Fulfillment). Under both circumstances, depending on which is selected I would like a different form to pop up which allows the user to enter values to control the chart.
If Purchase order is selected then a pop up will ask the order number, date, and quantity. This will then fill in three specific cells in the chart which control an equation to subtract the number of parts based on the order quantity.
If Fulfillment is selected I would like a pop up or the entire parts list to appear with a field to enter the number of parts being stocked. The program will then add these parts to the previous inventory entry.
In the example attached you can see that right now you have to manually enter the number of units ordered, then an If statement takes over to calculate the new inventory level (If statement used to keep things neat and possibly to incorporate fulfillment at a later time). At this time there is no way for me to enter stocking transactions.
I have made a userform where I calculate how long time an operation takes. If the time fe.g. is 25 hours and 24 minutes then I get the result 1:24. I have attached my userform as it looks now. If you write 540 in the bar and 550 in volume and press "Beregn" then "Norm tid + 10%" will write 1:24 and not 25:24. Is it possible to have the Userform to write 25:24 or 1day and 1 hour and 24minutes?
I have a workbook that has multiple spreadsheets. Data is added to the spreadsheets using userforms for each spreadsheet. I have created a pop-up calendar to add dates and want to know if there is a way to add dates without having to create multiple calendars for each txt field on each userform. I would like it so that when I click on the calendar it would put the date into the text field it was launched from.
This is the code in the calendar which only puts the date into the field named Dat_Clsd.
I have a userform with a textbox1 on inputting the numbers 1-9 the code fires to open that qty. of worksheets it works fine. But, why if the user wanted to input 10 it reads the 1st number 1 and only opens 1 sheet. I need it to open another userform if 10 or greater is input.
Option Explicit Private Sub Userform_Initialize() 'CALCULATES # OF SHEETS ThisWorkbook.Unprotect ActiveSheet.Unprotect
who can restrict the input values to numeric values only? I have 2 textboxes where the user enters employee id and numeric choice value of 1,2 and 3...I need help in making the textboxes restricted to numeric values input only. How Preventing the users from entering alpha and symbols values.
I have a search spreadsheet where I click a button, and an input box appears where I put a car reg in, and it searches a different sheet, returning results on the row the reg belongs in.
I've had a slight change in spec. I now need the same function to work, but instead of an input box.. I want the user to type the reg in a text box that is already on the sheet, and then click a search button to retrieve the results.
Is there anyway to easily amend the following code to get there?
I have a form that pulls up. When the person enters in a ticker symbol I would like the VBA code to perform a lookup in a range "Data_Company_Names" (3000 lines long of company ticker sybols and names) and use the corosponding Name to fill in the textbox for the name. If no Ticker symbol is found then the textbox would be blank.
I realize I would have to use some type of Private Sub TextBox1_Change() code but I am not sure how to have it lookup in a range and return the corosponding name to the ticker. For example, when the form pulls up and the person enters AAPL in Textbox1 then Textbox2 value should equal the Apple which is the company name located in the column over from AAPL in range Data_Company_Names
I have a userform with 16 Textboxes Named "Text1" through "Text16". What I am trying to do is apply code that if there is content in the textbox it generates a new row after row15 and inputs the text in cellA of that row. Ex. "Text1" = JOE "Text2" = TONY......Hit Commandbutton1 on userform. It inserts Row16 puts "JOE" in A16.....then sequentially it inserts Row17 puts "TONY" in A17.
I have a userfrom with a text box which is used to receive a telephone number from the user. The 'Event' code that checks the formatting of the telephone number is "tbCustTel_Exit". If my user enters a format other than what is acceptable for a tel number, they get an error message telling them to re-enter.
My problem is they still end up EXITING that text box they made a mistake in? How can I override them exiting the text box if they make a mistake - and keep them in the text box so they can try and re-enter the tel number again?
I am designing a from with a variable number of titles. The user should be able to insert a title into a column by typing in the title that he wants into a text box, and pressing a command button that I have created ( named add). The problem arises when I try to get the text to lie vertically as opposed to horizontally (in the cell, not as a text box. If this can only be done as a textbox, let me know). Is there any way to do this?
I've created a userform that has one ComboBox (ComboBox1) and two text fields. I am trying to get the userform to return information to my worksheet in the same row as the name that is displayed in the ComboBox. This is my VBA code.
Private Sub Cmdpayment_Click() Dim iRow As Long Dim ws As Worksheet Set ws = Sheet4 iRow = Cells. Find(What:=Me.ComboBox1.Value, After:=C5, LookIn:=xlFormulas, LookAt _ :=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, MatchCase:= _ False, SearchFormat:=False).Activate ws.Cells(iRow, 12).Value = Me.txtpdate.Value ws.Cells(iRow, 13).Value = Me.txtpayment.Value Me.txtpdate.Value = "" Me.txtpayment.Value = "" End Sub
I am trying to create a macro which gives me an input box. I need to enter 2 numbers into the input box. It would be as follows:
Input Box Msg 1 - "What is your labor cost?" (NUM1) Input Box Msg 2 - "What is your productivity rate?" (NUM2)
Then I need the macro to take this info and enter it into a formula which changes according to the row which you are on. (I need the macro to work based on which ever cell I currently have selected). The formula would be this if I currently had a cell on row 10 selected:
So, if I currently had cell L10 selected, and I ran the macro and put 100 in for "NUM1" and 10 for "NUM2" and my sheet had 20 in cell H10, then the macro would enter the number 1,000 into cell L10. If I had L500 selected, then the macro would enter the final number into cell L500 based on what value H500 contained.