How do I define the variable in a text box so that it stays in that text box after the close of the dialog box. For example, I enter "Test" in TextBox1 then close UserForm1. I want to be able to open UserForm1 back up and still have the same user defined text in there.
how you can remove the close 'X' on the title bar of a user form please? I have used this for a password input box but if the user selects the 'X' on the title bar then it closes the password box without them having to enter a password and allows them into the workbook.
Assume that the workbook Book1.xls opens a user form named myUserForm.
I'm trying to show only the user form on the desktop when I open Book1.xls, with Book1.xls minimized on the Taskbar.
And , if the Cancel button on the form is clicked, then unload the form and close Book1.xls.
In ThisWorkbook, I have the event:
Private Sub Workbook_Open() ActiveWindow.WindowState = xlMinimized ShowTheForm End Sub On the Form, I have the Cancel button:
Private Sub btnCancel_Click() Unload Me ThisWorkbook.Close True End Sub
The above procedure shows the form, with Microsoft Excel blank window in the background, and produces a small bar at the bottom left of the screen for Book1.xls Click the Cancel button, and both the Form and Book1.xls close, but the blank Excel window remain open !
I suppose I would not be able to edit this version of Book1.xls, but that is fine for now!
I have a userform, every time the user clicks on the start button it recodes there name, today’s date and their start time when they hit finish it records their end time.
The next time the user hits start it will record the users name, today’s date and start time on the next row (below their last entry)
The problem I have is that if the user clicks on start and then does not click on end button, but instead exits excel, then reopens the user form and hits start. The start will go on the row below, but now when they click on the end button the end time will go into the previous row for the end time, as they did not put it in if you know what I mean.
I want to stop the user from being able to exit excel if they had clicked on start
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean) Cancel = True MsgBox "You have clicked on Start and therefore mus Click the End button before you can exit excel.", vbCritical, "Cannot Close"
This disables the X in the top right hand corner, I have aready disabled the one in the user form. However the following code does not let the user exit via File and Exit. Is there a way to put an IF statement into this that say if CmdStart has been clicked then the user can not exit, How every if it has not then they can exit.
I have read threads on this forum as well as on others and this does seam to be and issue.
OR is there a way of Hiding the X button that is in the top right hand corner. However this will still allows the user to hit start button and then exit excel, which will continue with the problem.
I recently created a userform. I want the data to be placed into the leftheader, centerheader, and rightheader of the document after the user fills in the required fields. I have made the userform, and I can make the code for it to place one item on my userform in the left, center, or right headers. However, when I try to place more than one item in any of the headers excel deletes the first item and overwrites it with the item that is listed last in the VBA code for that respective header. I am new to VBA (this is actually my first program) so I do not know how to make the first value stay there and simply have the next value placed on the line below it.
I have a user form with 4 text boxes and a command button. I have no problem looping through the textboxes to retrieve the value, but what is the best way to detect if any duplicates exist between the four text boxes? For example, in the command button's If textbox one's value is "test" and textbox four's value is also "test", it should throw an exception. If a question like this has already been answered, a link to that post would surely suffice.
I am trying to create a user form to edit some named ranges. The VBA user form designer is basically the same as Borland Delphi, so building the form itself was easy. What I can't figure out is how to populate the user form with the data from the spreadsheet.
I have a number of text boxes on the form with names like txtTier1Slots, txtTier1Ceiling, txtTier1Floor, etc up to 4.
I have a defined name that corresponds with each item, Tier1Slots, Tier1Ceiling, Tier1Floor, and so on. I'm using defined names because they're referenced in Conditional Formatting on one of the worksheets in my project. They don't exist as actual cells, just name references.
I want to get the form populated with those values. I've tried about twenty variations of the following code, using ThisWorkbook, Workbooks, Cells, Range, Name, and just about every cell reference method I can think of. I've so many different error messages, my head is spinning.
I have a question regarding frames and textboxes on a user form.
I have a user form that has a number of textboxes populated from the results two Comboboxes.
I decided to group some of the textboxes in frames for more logical viewing. I grouped the textboxes, moved them, placed two frame controls on the form then, finished by replacing the grouped textboxes. No code was altered or added.
When I ran the form, only the Comboboxes were functional and the text boxes were blank.
I have a text field at the bottom of a user form that remains hidden (i.e. visible = false) until the user clicks the "Ok" button. At that point, I want the text field to appear as the macro is running (it's a large macro, so the text field just says "processing, please wait...").
I have a user form which includes some text boxes (txtRUL.text for example) where I want to enter a number as a percentage. I divide the number entered by 100 to avoid Excel automatically multiplying by 100 and the result is displayed in the user form as the correct percentage.
Private Sub txtRUL_AfterUpdate() EnableSave txtRUL.Value = Format(txtRUL.Value / 100, "0.0%")
(I'm sorry I cant figure out how to format this code as code in this post)
This works well, trouble is when I save and it writes the results to the worksheet, the numbers in the user form revert back to plain unformatted non percentage numbers (ie 5% goes to 0.05)
I have a Database and user form, in the user form i have a field named “Vehicle No” this is a combo box from which a user needs to select the Vehicle numbers, and all these are working fine now, I need your help in the following:
When user selects the second field named "Select Vendor name" i need a pop up window which shows all the Vehicles belongs to the vendor which they have selected, and with the popup window user selects the vehicle number then the Vehicle number combo box should be filled.
Currently users have to select by scrolling through Combo box which takes long time and difficult to find by scrolling.
I have a user form that has a combo box "City" two text boxes one called "Flight" and the other "Date". What I'm trying to do is to prevent the user from saving the data input from the user form if any of those three fields is left blank. The code that I have so far checks all of the required fields, if any are left blank a message notifys which field(s) is left blank and return the focus back to that field. But the rest of code also fires.
What I really need is either to stop the code if any fields are blank and return the focus back to the blank field, the user completes the field(s) and clicks the save again, or better yet, pause the code until all the required fields are completed and then complete the save. (There is actually another 200+ lines of code in this sub, but I deleted it to keep the post a little shorter.)
I have created a registration workbook for this year's youth sports league. All of the information is entered into a User Form and separated onto it's appropriate sheet designated by the child's age. Next year, I would like to use this year's workbook to look up returning players.
Will it be possible to add a "lookup" button into my form, or create a lookup program, that once the registrar clicks on the correct player, the information is plugged into the User Form, the registrar adjusts the age and any necessary info, presses enter, and the information is copied into the appropriate category in the new workbook? I haven't worked with User Forms long enough to know if they can be filled in that way, but if this can be done, you are the people who would know.
I'm using a series of user forms for data entry to a workbook, some of them open next stage user form on completion (OK cmd button).
All that is working fine, but I'd like the initial form to close on showing the next one. I've tried adding Unload and Hide commands following the frmInsertEntry.Show (Next stage form), to no avail, but I'd like this user form to close or hide at the end of the sub.
Private Sub cmdContinueType_Click()
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Records").Activate 'Select starting cell in record sheet Range("N3").Select
Do If IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = False Then ' Search for next empty cell ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0).Select End If Loop Until IsEmpty(ActiveCell) = True
If optDrillType = True Then frmDrillEntry.Show Else frmInsertEntry.Show End If
Now, my question is about a timer that I can show on a form. When the form is displayed I would like to give the user 30 seconds to press stop (and keep the workbook open) or to press proceed and save and close or to not do anything and the workbook would close and save when the timer reaches zero.
Code for user form which is missing most everything...
Private Sub Halt_Click() 'If user whats to continue without closing Auto_Shutdown_Form.Hide End Sub
Private Sub Proceed_Click() 'If user whats to save and close
How do I add a timer to this code where it will run this at the end of the timer?
Application.DisplayAlerts = False With ThisWorkbook .Saved = True .Close End With
I have a useform that loads up with two buttons and I waat to force the user to chose one of the buttons. However, I have noticed that the user can just press the cross in the top right corner of the form to close the window and therefore not press either button.
Is there anyway I can stop the close form button working?
I am trying to ask to the user to check if they logged out when they close the workbook but my code is not working...
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean)
Sheets("OD&D Log-in").Select If Range("H5") = "reconcile" Then a = MsgBox("Do you want to Log-Out?", _ vbYesNo) If a = vbNo Then Cancel = True If a = vbYes Then Sheets("OD&D Log-in").Select Else Workbooks("Daily OSD Log (ver5).xls").Close SaveChanges = True End Sub
I have a workbook that has a macro that needs to run before it is closed. I have a button on my sheet that runs that macro and then closes the sheet. Is there a way that I can disable the "X" at the top right hand of the workbook and force the user to close the workbook via my button?
I have a macro that runs when the workbook opens. At the end of my macro I've added a Yes/No box. If 'No' the workbook closes without saving. If 'Yes' I would like to restart the macro. I can close it ok, but I don't know how to restart the macro from line 1 when 'Yes' is selected. Here is what I have:
YesNo = MsgBox("Done! Would you like to run again?", vbYesNo + vbCritical, "Caution") Select Case YesNo Case vbYes
'I don't know what to put here :(
Case vbNo ActiveWorkbook.Close savechanges:=False End Select
how do i go about setting a message box to pop up every 10 mins or so prompting the user to close the workbook.? i want it to be as irritating as possible! iv'e had a look at ontime but cant get my brain into gear!also don't some of these timers fire even if workbook closed?