I'm trying to replace a bunch of checkboxes on a sheet with a bunch of Form Control Option Buttons. The problem I'm having is every option button I add seems to be grouped with all of the rest of my option buttons. If I add buttons 1 & 2, I need those 2 grouped together, and when I add 3 & 4, I need those grouped together. Currently it's grouping all 4 buttons together so 1 - 4 are linked, but I need 1 & 2 linked together, and 3 & 4 linked together. I've tried grouping, but it still doesn't function how it ought to.
Is there a way to have mulitple groups of option buttons? I need to have different sections that can choose from a group of options buttons, right now when I add more buttons, only one button is selected. I'm not seeing where I can group them (the group option will not hightlight). I created the Options Buttons using the Form tool bar, if that makes a difference.
I have a worksheet where the user selects between two option controls, which are mutually exclusive. when they toggle an option, a user form pops up, depending on which option they selected, and askes them for a number, which is used in a calculation elsewhere in the page. The user form has a cancel button, in case they decide to back out. If they cancel, I want the option buttons to reset back to their original state.
The problem I'm having is that when I code it, if you select cancel on the user form, it causes the option to revert back to it's previous state, but that triggers the selection of the option again, which pops up the form, making a neverending loop! Is there a better way to do this? I tried it with a toggle button, with the same results.
Working on a project for a client, and I have two option buttons set up on the spreadsheet, grouped together with a frame and linked to the same cell. Working on the sheet on my computer, the button on the left gives me a value of "1" and the button on the right is "2". When I email the spreadsheet to my client, the buttons reorder themselves, so that the button on the left gives him a value of "2" and the button on the right is "1". Is there a way to prevent this?
I am trying to make an option button visible only when a cell has a value, I understand that this will have to be done in VBA. So I have a value in C10 on page "Edit" and I only want my option buttons to appear when this cell has a value.
In ThisWorkbook Userform2 is triggered upon a double click
Private Sub Workbook_SheetBeforeDoubleClick(ByVal Sh As Object, ByVal Target As Range, Cancel As Boolean)
UserForm2.Show End Sub
Userform2 has Frame1 (Option Buttons 1-6) and Frame2 (Option Buttons 7-12)
Private Sub OptionButton1_Click()
Call ProjectBuildings Range("A1").Select End Sub
Private Sub OptionButton10_Click()
Call BondIndustrial Range("A1").Select
The user can click away and things work great. The macros that are triggered search a number of Workbooks and individual Worksheets looking to select either of two (hence the two Frames) specific items.
If the user clicks any Option Button in Frame 1 (works) then any Option Button in Frame 2 (works) then goes back to the same Option Button in Frame 1 (nothing) I have a problem.
How do I clear the first Option Button in Frame 1 after the user selects another Option Button in Frame 2?
I am working on a grading sheet for our company. I would like users to choose from an option button choice (A, B, C, D, F) for each grading category and I would like to write that to a sheet that corresponds with the graded person. The form will have next and previous buttons to move through the grading process - when previous is chosen I would like the option buttons to populate what was stored in the data sheet. I think I can mottle thru the code individually but with 60 option buttons it may take quite some time.
Can I call an option button choice by "Group"? I started coding individually, but it will take a lot of code - surely there is a more efficient answer. A picture of my form is attached at the bottom of this post.
VB: Private Sub OptionButton1_Click()Dim Grade As String If Me.OptionButton1 = "A" Then Grade = "A" Else Grade = "" End If
I have two option buttons on a user form, one for a temperature of <250 & one for a temperature >250. I want the option button >250 to be greyed out or have it so that you cannot choose it & option button <250 selected if a certain criteria in a list box is selected. The list box is called Valve_Model & the criteria i want it to work on is if the valve model HPBV Soft is selected & HPBV Soft AC.
All I want to do is create a group of 3 option buttons in an excel worksheet for a user to select one of two farm programs or none. (CIG or MRP or None) When a user makes a selection either CIG or MRP or None appears in a designated cell. I even used code in the VB editor help but it only shows how to operate one button (which is absurd.) I found an example using 2 buttons, but that wouldn't work either. Found a tutorial using 3 buttons and that wouldn't work. Is this a conspiracy? Every time I try to find help to do something simple in excel lately I hit a brick wall.
I want to add a secondary function to these buttons; this is a necessary function for every order, so I want to make it necessary to click one of the buttons for every order. One way to do this would be to leave the button unchecked.
How could the button be set to leave itself unchecked after being clicked on?
Using the Forms toolbar control, NOT ActiveX, in Excel 2002 (XP Home) to make on option button, how do I obtain more than just one option? I can draw the outline of the button and I can rename the option but I don't know how to get more than one. I'm totally green to VBA/macros/code/etc. so please keep it SUPER SIMPLE.
I'm hoping that by selecting one of 4 options, IF formulas elsewhere in my workbook (spread over multiple sheets) can be fine tuned.
For Instance: if option 1 is chosen (on sheet 1), =sheet2!(randbetween(3,24)). if option 2 is chosen, =sheet2!(randbetween(3,30)), etc.
I'll then record a macro that will take it to a Value using CopyPaste Special. Unless there is slick way of stopping the cells from rerandomizing when the sheet is recalculated.
I hope to use check boxes, to help me CONCATENATE stuff elsewhere in my spreadsheet.
For Instance: if checkbox 1 is checked (on sheet 1), =sheet2!(conc($D$11&" whatever is associated with the check box). if check box 2 is checked, =sheet2!(conc($D$11&" whatever is associated with the check box), etc.
I have a workbook with 2 sheets. Sheet1 has a textbox and 2 option buttons named "north"and "south", and 2 command buttons named "send"and "retrieve". Also a lot of other boxes, but they're not relevant.
I enter a unique number in the textbox, press one of the option buttons and press "send". All data is now written in sheet2 in one row.
this all works ok.
Sometimes I need to change some data, so I enter the number in the textbox and press "retrieve". I get all the data back on sheet1, except the option buttons don't change correct. If on sheet2 the value = "north" I would like optionbutton1 to have the black dot and if the value="south" optionbutton2 should have the dot.
Now it's like they are on strike. they just don't react folowing the value of sheet2,collumn G, row "x".
I have a sheet with some normal cells and then some MS Forms 2.0 frames with OptionButtons inside of them. If I have OptionButtons outside of the frame I know how to read their values, but how to do it when the control is in the frame?
I need to make a form on one sheet and then make as many copies of the sheet as needed, and finally I have a macro that copies the data from all forms to one sheet, so that each form represents one row. My main goal is to save that one sheet as a .csv-file and then import it to our CMR database.
I'm not very familiar with Excel forms. Should I take some other approach to this problem or should I continue like I'm doing? I would be almost ready with my workboot if I only could read the values of the optionbuttons inside the frame.
I have tried: "If Sheets(i).FrameInstallationType.Controls.SL_STD_HD.Value = True Then" and "If Sheets(i).FrameInstallationType.SL_STD_HD.Value = True Then" where "SL_STD_HD" is the name of the OptionButton, but apparently these both are wrong.
I have two option buttons (Designerbutton1 & Designerbutton2), when I copy them and paste them to a different worksheet their names change to Optionbutton# (# = next available number). Anyone know why & if I can prevent this. I cannot have a code that says Optionbutton16 should be renamed to what I want it to, because right now 16 is the next available # but what if I add an Optionbutton16 later on my own.
I have a userform with 3 option buttons. Each buttin is set to display another userform.
Private Sub OptionButton1_Click() Userform1.Show End Sub Private Sub OptionButton2_Click() Userform2.show End Sub Private Sub OptionButton3_Click() Userform3.Show End Sub Private Sub UserForm_Click()
Right now the form is running perfectly. If I select an option with the mouse the correct form shows right up. The issue I have is that, the excel file will be running on a computer that will have no mouse. It will be using a barcode reader as its primary input source. What i would like to do is have the user swipe a 1,2 or 3 will the barcode reader or keypad.
I have done much searching, found some relevant, similar postings, but I have not been able to make it work for my code. I want to have multiple option buttons and have a macro determine which one is selected. One similar posting had macros run from the clicking on the option button, but I want the macro to determine which is clicked and then return some functions. From my research...this is my code.
Sub temp() If OptionButton1.Value = True Then Range("C1").Select Selection = "OB1" Else 'assuming two buttons and first is false Range("C1").Select Selection = "OB2" End If End Sub
This gives me an "Object Required" error on the first line of the code.
I'm trying to use option buttons to create a text entry in an adjacent cell. Selecting Option Button 1 puts "GPM" in cell F23. Selecting Option Button 1 puts "lbm/hr" in cell F23 (The option buttons are from the control toolbox)
I receive ""Run-time error '424': Object Required"" and first line is highlighted- here is copy of
Sub FlowUnits() If OptionButton1.Value = True Then Sheets("Main Screen").Range("F23") = "GPM" End If If OptionButton2.Value = True Then Sheets("Main Screen").Range("F23") = "lbm/hr" End If End Sub