In Userform1 I have several textbox and one commandbutton1. If I mouseclick on a textbox and click commandbutton1 the letters YES is entered in the texbox. To prevent double click entry into the same textbox I set the maximum length property at 3. However, setting the maximum length to 3 does not work. Subsequent commandbutton1 clicks will result in an infinite YES entries.
Is the maximum length property disabled when commandbutton entries are applied?
I have a userform with 5 data fields. The first two are listboxes and the last 3 are textboxes. I have recently added the multiselect option to ONLY THE FIRST listbox (MeetingSpaceBox). I can get the multiselect listbox to output correctly. The problem is, though, that the rest of the data will only fill in the first row and will not be added to any of the subsequent rows. The data from the other 4 fields should remain constant for each selection in the first ListBox or at least until either "ok" or "clear" have been selected on the UserForm.
Do I assign all those valuables to variables and fill them in after the Multiselect listbox data has been added? I assume this will mean a change (or deletion) of the emptyRow code.
See my code below
VB: Private Sub CalcButton_Click() If AllDataEntered Then 'define empty row emptyRow1 = WorksheetFunction.CountA(Range("A:A")) + 1
Is there a way I can get excel (2007) to limit itself to 2 decimal places for all numbers entered? So effectively I don't want use the formulas TRUNC or ROUND (or any other formula) but I would like rather excel to behave like my calculator where I can limit the decimals to 2 no matter how many I input.
In other words, every time a input a number, excel will round it up automatically to 2 decimal places and the number available will have 2 decimals only. Is there any option hidden somewhere in the Excel options that I couldn't find?
I have the following code that makes the user enter a number between 0 and 40 for a textbox. However, I want the user to be able to leave the box blank as well, and not be forced to enter a 0 if there were no hours.
If TextBox1.Value > 40 Then MsgBox ("Week 1 Regular hours must be between 0 and 40.") TextBox1.SelStart = 0 TextBox1.SelLength = Len(TextBox1.Text) TextBox1.SetFocus ' Multiple boxes with same code to finish If statement
I want to automatically prevent users from entering more than two digits into a textbox.
i dont want to show a message box or anything like that. I want it to be physically imposible for them to enter more than two digits i.e. when they enter two digits, pressing any other keys on the keyboard should have no effect on the contents of the textbox.
I am working in Office 2000, and have 3 Textboxes, I need to copy text from Textbox1 and Textbox2 to Textbox3, and the code below works but only when the character length is limited. I need to be able to show much more text. Suggestions. I am trying some of the code
Option Explicit Sub Text_Copy() Dim ch1 As Characters Dim ch2 As Characters Dim ch3 As Characters
With Sheets("Aim Up Description") Set ch1 = .Shapes("TextBox1").TextFrame.Characters Set ch2 = .Shapes("TextBox2").TextFrame.Characters End With With Sheets("Description Summary") Set ch3 = .Shapes("TextBox3").TextFrame.Characters End With ch3.Text = ch1.Text & " " & ch2.Text End Sub
I have found code on other posts that I have tried (like, Range("A16").Value = Val("TextBox1"),
I have set up a form which requires one textbox to have a decimal followed by four numbers (ex .5780) and another which requires two numbers, a decimal, then two more numbers (ex 57.80). how this can be accomplished? I am new to Visual Basic coding!
I have following for change event in text boxes to only allow numerics e.g.
Private Sub txtGBP10_Change() If (Not IsNumeric(txtGBP10.Value) And (txtGBP10.Value <> "")) Then txtGBP10.Value = Left(txtGBP10.Value, Len(txtGBP10.Value) - 1) End If End Sub Private Sub txtShare10_Change() If (Not IsNumeric(txtShare10.Value) And (txtShare10.Value <> "")) Then txtShare10.Value = Left(txtShare10.Value, Len(txtShare10.Value) - 1) End If End Sub
Can I add some code so that the user can only add numeric entries to 2 DP (txtGBP) or 3DP(txtShare)
I have an UserForm, where I have several text boxes. One of these textboxes should be entered with decimals. I have been able to cope with the declarations, and set the variable as Variant. However, is it possible to prevent the user inserting "," instead of "."? Alternatively, automatically change "," to "."?
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 have a text fields in a userform that I want to limit what my users can enter in there. The first I want to limit to numerical values only (0 through to 9) and the second can have any value apart from "/".
I know I can do this using the on exit routine however I don't know how to limit the characters like this.
I have a userform with two pop up calendars (calendar1 and calendar2). Calendar1 is the "start date" and must be a Monday. I have this portion working fine. If they select a date other than a Monday an alert message will pop up notifying the user a Monday must be selected. I need to limit the user to a date selection in calendar2 to be a minimum of three years out from Calendar1. I would like an alert message to pop up in Calendar2 should the user select a date inside of my three year minimum. Am I even in the ballpark with the following:
If Trim(Calendar2.Value) < (Calendar1.Value + "not sure here") Then Calendar2.SetFocus MsgBox "Select End Date 3 Years Out From Start date", vbExclamation
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 userform with 35 text boxes on which display data from a worksheet based on a selection made from a combobox.
My problem is that TextBox11 and TextBoxes 15-35 all need to show a value to 2 decimal places i.e 360.00.
I have found the following line of code:
For Each ctrl In Controls If TypeName(ctrl) = "TextBox" Then ctrl.Value = Format(ctrl.Value, ".00") Next ctrl
Which does the job but unfortunatley it applies it to every single textbox on the form (not just No's 11,15-35) which is a problem as some of the boxes contain dates so instead of 09/05/2012 i actually get 41038.00.
My question is how to I modifiy the above code (or is there an alternative code?) to only apply to the required textboxes?
I have a form “RiseSpan” with three TextBoxes, “txtInSpan”, “txtDepth” & txtOutSpan”. I wish to enter values in “txtInSpan” and “txtDepth”. These values are placed in cells A1 and A2. If both “txtInSpan” and “txtDepth” are greater that zero, I want “txtOutSpan” to show the value of cell C11.