Option Button To Make Visible Multi Pages In Userform
Jul 6, 2013
I have a user form with multipage.
With the use of the option buttons,the page needs to made visible or invisible.
Example: on Page one, i have placed radio buttons as page2,Page3&page4.
By default only page 1 should be visible and when we select radio button page2, page2 should become visible or else it should be invisible,when we select radio button page3, page3 should become visible or else should remain invisible.
On the attached example i have a button on sheet1 which opens a form. On this form i have four pages of a multi-page control and below it i have a spin button. What i want is for when the spin button is pressed to the right then the multi-page moves up to the next page and vice-versa for the left spin button. How do i write this code?
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.
I have userform in excel which asks user to enter user id and password. I want a to have "Remember Me" check button on my userform which will remember user details and he wouldn't have to enter user id and password again and again.
I have a frame (Frame1) on a userform added using Microsoft Forms 2.0 Frame. I have added option buttons to the frame named OptionButton1 thru OptionButton4. I am trying to add code where certain cells are copied and pasted depending on which optbutton is selected. I tried the following code but because the option button is a frame object it doesn't seem to trigger the event.
Private Sub OptionButton1_Click()
'copy level 1 If Me.OptionButton1 = True Then Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("G10:G32").Copy Worksheets("Sheet1").Select Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("C10:C32").Select Selection.PasteSpecial Paste:=xlPasteValuesAndNumberFormats, Operation:= _ xlNone, SkipBlanks:=False, Transpose:=False End If
I have a spreadsheet on sheet 1 with a list of customers and their information. So on column A I have the customer number (i.e. k968, e37, p528,...), on column B i have the customer's name, on column C the street's name, on Column D the house number, on column E the zip code and finally the city on column F.
Right now there are around 600 customers in this list.
I have made a userform with a combobox in which I want to select an existing customer (pulled from the spreadsheet). On the same userform I have textboxes (customer number, name, street, number, zip, city). When I select a customer in the combobox, I want this customer's info to show up in the textboxes. I want to be able to change the info and hit Next to store the changes in the spreadsheet. When I do not select a customer from the combobox, I want to add new info in the textboxes and hit Next to store this info as a new customer. The userform also has a delete button. Then I select a customer in the combobox, this customer (and it's info) should be deleted from the spreadsheet when i hit Delete. So the spreadsheet is variable in length.
I have a workbook that was opened with a Word macro but was mistakenly not made visible. I didnot realize the workbook was open because I didn't see it. I tried to open it manually and found that it was locked for editing because it was already open due to the Word macro opening it. How do I close it?
I would like to loop through my workbook and distinguish (somehow) all of the cells that are named. I would like to do something to them so that I can easily glance through my workbook and find all ranges that aren't named. My biggest problem is that I would like whatever distinguishing I do to be reversable. Therefore, I can't just make all of the backgrounds of named ranges bright yellow, because then I would lose the original background color of my cells (they aren't all white).
The best option that I have thought of so far is inverting the fill color of each cell (this would be reversible). However, I'm not sure how to invert colors.
By the way, if the named ranges could be distinguished in some other way than by using background color, that would be fine too, as long as the changes are reversible.
I have a boolean toggle for disabling and enabling a Workbook_Change event.
Right I invoke macros to turn the Workbook_Change event on and off and I don't know what state it's in.
Two Questions: 1) (required) I would love to be able to visually know if it's enabled no matter which sheet I am on 2) (bonus) Be able to change the state with a persistent interface (e.g. perhaps the Ribbon?) no matter which sheet I am on.
is ther away of usin 1 button to open any 1 to 46 worksheets i know i can make a button to open a sheet with the command sheet2.activate but this means i would have to have 46 buttons on the fron page and thats to many
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.
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.