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 Userform with a textbox1 and a commandbutton. TextBox1 triggers a code on the exit event. CommandButton1 simply unloads the UserForm. If a user enters data in the textbox, but does not exit and instead clicks the commandbutton to unload the UserForm, the exit event code is still triggered and then for some reason the commandbutton no longer responds to being clicked. I can't seem to find a way around this.
If the commandbutton is clicked, I simply want the UserForm to be unloaded and the exit event for the textbox ignored
I have a command button code on a sheet that checks if all the cells in a table have been completed before saving the worksheet. If they're not all complete a userform message box pops up with a reminder then returns to the sheet without saving. I want to be able to call this from the 'BeforeClose' event as well however, even though it still does what it's supposed to do, after the userform message box has displayed and been unloaded then it still pops up the Save Dialog box.
I'm struggling to suppress the Save Dialog box and return to the sheet.
I am using a Textbox1_Exit event that (if certain values are true) sets the focus to different Textbox. However, when I invoke the Textbox3.SetFocus, it redoes all the code in the Textbox1_Exit event since it's technically leaving now.
How do I stop this from happening and ensure that the Exit event happens once? OR How do I properly SetFocus inside an Exit event?
I need to test what control will receive focus after the exit event this test needs to be in the exit event so i am able to validate and cancel only if focus will be the enter button
Private Sub myTextBox_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) If NextControl.Name = "EnterButton" Then DoMyValidationTest 'and other stuff, such as set TabIndex Else 'do nothing End If End Sub so what should "NextControl" actualy be???
I'm having some trouble getting control ENTER & EXIT events to fire properly when having controls embedded on frames within a userform. I'm using Excel 2003, 2007, & 2010. Here's the userforms I'm working with:
In both cases, the DESCRIPTION field is disabled. The selectable controls on both are a combo-box, textbox, listbox, & 2 buttons. On the FRAMED version, the combo-box & textbox are contained on a FRAME.
Here's the code, same on both userforms:
Code: Option Explicit Private Sub cmbRecipes_Enter() ListBox1.AddItem "ENTER - " & cmbRecipes.Value End Sub Private Sub cmbRecipes_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) ListBox1.AddItem "EXIT - " & cmbRecipes.Value End Sub
All this is doing is posting a message to the listbox when the combo-box ENTER & EXIT events fire. This works as expected without the FRAME, ENTER is shown when the combo-box is entered and EXIT is shown as focus is moved to another control. But when running it on the FRAMED version all I get is a single ENTER event recorded regardless of how I move the focus through the control set.
Another oddity is that if I have more than 1 control that can receive focus on the FRAMED version, it appears to work correctly.
I would like to call upon a function until a certain criterion is fullfilled. Then, I would like to have the result returned to me and exit (all) open functions. For value1 = 1 and value2 = 10 I expect value1*value2 = 100. Instead, the routine returnz zero. What is the logical flaw in the code below.
Function testfunction(value1, value2) If value1 = value2 Then 'Calculating the difference testfunction = value1 * value2 Exit Function ElseIf value1 < value2 Then value1 = value1 + 1 Call testfunction(matrix1, matrix2) End If End Function
I have a MultiPage control that has 67 TextBoxes on it, changes to 14 of these TextBoxes will trigger a public subroutine called TB1Refresh. I have a TextBox and a ComboBox just above the MultiPage control. The ComboBox is set as a MultiColumn. The ComboBox is working. The TextBox is called TB1. The first TextBox on the MultiPage is called TB2. There are no duplicate names on this UserForm. When I scroll though the list in CB1, the values in the TextBoxes on the MultiPage scroll as the they are supposed to. The problem is that every time one of the 14 TextBoxes changes, the subroutine is supposed to fire. Here is the code I use in two of the TextBoxes to fire this sub:
Private Sub TB8_Change() TB1Refresh End Sub
Private Sub TB9_Change() TB1Refresh End Sub
I put a MsgBox at the beginning and the end of TB1Refresh to see what was happening. They never fired! So the question is, why won't the subroutine fire when called upon to do so. This code was working before I added the MultiPage to this UserForm,
I have attached an example set up with a user form I am building. I currently have the first combo box loading upon the initialize of the user form an from that I choose one of the product types and it gives me a list with all product names associated in the second combo box. Upon a change event in the second combo box I want to populate the 3rd Column with the count of how many of that Product type.
I have a couple different code set ups in the attached sheet and neither works.
I create a series of labels and text boxes at runtime.
Code: for x = 1 to 10 labelName = "label" & x Set cControlLabel = Me.frameScrollable.Controls.Add("Forms.Label.1", labelName, True) next x
How can I assign an on_click event to these? I have seen some rather complicated suggestions such as creating code for each possible object, but there could possibly be hundreds of labels created. It would be nice to be able to call the same macro from each label click, and then take action based on the .caption property of the label.
I have a textbox from the drawing toolbar. When someone changes a cell then clicks in the textbox, Worksheet_Change does not run. If they double click in the cell, that's OK I can capture that event and protect the sheet, stopping them clicking in it. But if they just start typing in the cell, I can't capture that. I have seen some API code which captures keypresses, but it is not practical to use as it loops repeatedly. I could lock the textbox and have the user do something to unlock it, but this is a last resort.
As part of a program I'm writing in VBA (for Excel 2010), I have a textbox in a user form used as an interface to write a formula in cells in Excel.The resulting value of a formula from a cell is loaded up into the textbox. It would be shown in the textbox like "See 1.2 and 1.3" where the formula in the cell is
This is just used as an example but the principle is there. It is worth noting that I’m writing this for very inexperienced Excel users but I need them to be able to edit the string part of the formula without breaking the formula.
However where I’m struggling is to pick up a selection change event inside a text box already selected. I need to be able to check if the textbox.SelStart is within an address value or within the string in the textbox.
The event Enter won’t work if the user is already editing the textbox (i.e. typing stuff) and then clicking or using the keyboard arrow to move the cursor somewhere else inside the textbox. I don’t think the event Change is the solution either as it would mean that the user would have already typed something and as a result the formula may already be broken.
I have had a good look around and I didn’t find an event for a selection change inside a textbox. Does it exists and/or is there a way that would have the same result?
What i have is over 20 worksheets which have information on them that i want to print when selected so, i have a "main page" with a variety of options for the user to select (by check box) and when they are happy with their selection you would click another check box to print out, i have done this because the printer is set well away from the users and if they printed of sheet by sheet then lots of miles treading back and forth to the printer room would happen so, i thought by doing it this way it would batch print all selected sheets after selection, the code is set up to print all sheets which are selected by "true" in cell O2.
This is no problem as it works well but the code also prints when the check box is de selected. What I would like is a message box to appear before the main macro runs for the user to select "yes or no" to confirm printing. I have put code in this for the command but it will not run the main magro if you select "yes"...below is the code for the main print loop...I think the code for print message should appear before this...
I have created a dynamic chart using defined names, and the cells in the range are updated on a monthly basis. However these cells are copied from another sheet using a formula i.e =sheetname!$cell_no. and until that data is entered they have 0 values - my question is, is there a way to suppress the 0 values which are being 'plotted' on the dynamic chart until they have appropriate values?
Is there a way to write a Worksheet_SelectionChange (ByVal Target As Range) event in module after creating a sheet in VBA? I constantly delete a sheet, then repopulate it with a new one that is empty, but I need to add some code that happens if they should change a particular cell. It worked when I ran it on a worksheet without refreshing, but as soon as I cleared and repopulated the sheet, it was gone. Is there a way to preserve this?
I am attempting to format some TextBoxes from within a For/Next loop. I need a way to check which TextBox is the active TextBox in the loop. Using i as the variable, I came up with this code snippet: Me.Controls("TB" & i).Text = Format("TB" & i, "mm/dd/yy")
If i = 3, this gives me in TextBox3 (which is called TB3) the text 'TB3' and not the value of what is in TB3. It has got to bo something simple, I just can't see it!!!
I have a program with a line that deletes a worksheet like so: Sheets(Output).Delete. Where "Output" is the name of the sheet (a string). This works fine, but everytime this line is excecuted excel pops up a message box "Data may exist is the sheet(s) selected for deletion. To permanently delete the data, press Delete." and I have to click delete. Is there anyway to stop this message being displayed?
When I open a particular workbook by double-clicking in My Documents or using File|Open, I want to suppress the dialog box that appears requesting to update links in the workbook. I want to suppress it using code, perhaps in the workbook_open event?