UserForm – Data From TextBox To Cell Then Cell To TextBox
Aug 23, 2009
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.
Userform I've created. It's not for inputting data, just for displaying and linking to data.
I have a textbox on a userform that I would like to display exactly what is written in cell C5 of sheet1. I don't want the user to be able to edit it, just for it to display the same as C5. Any better way of doing it than using a textbox that would be good also.
I have created a userform for the purpose of inputting data into a database, now one of the people who uses it wants me to make it so certain cells will be in a different colour if a button is selected, I can use this code to make the textbox change colour
Me.TextBox1.ForeColor = &H8000000D
but when I have the data in the textbox transfer to a cell in excel any colour change is lost, is there any way to get around this,
Is there a way without using code to have the text in a text box (excel 2003), copied to another cell or another text box on a different worksheet?
I have information in a text box on 1 worksheet. I would like this information to automatically be copied to another worksheet. On the master sheet, if any of the information gets changed or updated, the copied information should get updated as well.
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 that my staff use to enter the files they are working on. I have a button they click to launch the userform, then they need to input a 'Track Number' the access the details of the file.
Currently, they enter the track number manually that they see from a list on a sheet.
I have found the code below that enables them to click on the file, listed on the sheet and it automatically launches the userform.
What I am after, is the next step, it copies the track number in the cell they click in, but I would like the code to PASTE into the first textbox the copied Track Number.
Private Sub Worksheet_SelectionChange(ByVal Target As Range) If Selection.Count = 1 Then If Not Intersect(Target, Range("B4:B25")) Is Nothing Then Selection.Copy Application.Run "'FOI & ROI Record Management.xls'!Launch.Launch"
I have a form that is used for updating jobs on a worksheet. I want a txtAssetsJob on the form to display the value that is in a cell in column "E". The row is set up as iRow and is based off of a selection in a cboJobNumber2. Everything else on the Form works great, I just can't get the textbox to display the value.
I have also noticed that I can still put letters into the txtboxes and it copies them to the worksheet. I think I have them formatted correctly.
Code: Private Sub txtAssetsJob_Change() Dim iRow As Long Dim rng As Range
I am creating a user interface for inputing info into a sales order, and then printing the sales forms already pre-filled based on the user's input. SO, I need the user to be able to type text into a textbox that is in a multipage control that is in a userform, and then have it automatically populate a specific cell in my workbook. Seems like this should be relatively simple, but I am just getting started with vba and can't seem to figure this out.
I am working on a addin UserForm to quickly format cell text, especially only select characters in a cell. I have this functional in a modal setting working with the active cell when I activate the UserForm. What I would like to be able to do is to work in excel without having to close the Userform and have the textbox update with each new cell. I have changed the UserForm properties to ShowModal = false which gets the first half. However the textbox will only show the cell value I started with.
VB: Private Sub UserForm_Activate() TextBox1.Text = ActiveCell End Sub
I have two sheets. sheet2 is a lookup table. sheet1 is information sheet. i have created a userform where a user inputs data into 3 textboxes and clicks a button. i have the code for transferring the data from the textboxes into row after the last used row on sheet1, columns a,b,c. in columns d and e i have vlookup code that takes the value in column c and performs the lookup function to return values found in sheet2. this all works fine.
I am trying to display the vlookup results in a 4th textbox on my userform.
I am trying to make my textbox on the userform equal a cell value in a column. I need the userform to look at the last cell that has a value in a column and display that value into the textbox on the userform.
Ex. I am starting my data from Cell "O8" and the last possible row would be "O51" Starting with O8 I need my textbox in the userform to read this cell value. After each entry the next row in Column O will have a value, so I would need my userform textbox to read cell "O9" value the next time the user form opens. Here is what I got thus far:
It gives me a Compile Error: Invalid or unqualified reference.
I have two TextBoxes (txtSpan & txtTrib) in a UserForm (frmSizes), when values are entered in these TextBoxes they show (as they are typed) in cells of the spreadsheet. The resulting calculation is in cell B11.
How do I get the value in cell B11 to show in a third TextBox (txtAns) as soon as it is calculated without closing the UserForm or running another code?
Is there a way to avoid a textbox value from being entered into the same cell on a worksheet more than once.
I am building a BOL(Bill Of Lading) wizard. Within the userform the end user will input the part numbers and quantities to be shipped... it also has a textbox that will hold the PO number that each part belongs to. I have a command button that says Add to Pallet 1. Pallet 1 will be on a row by itself on the excel sheet. Parts belonging to different PO#'s can be on this 1 pallet. When the end user clicks the "add to pallet1" button... the PO textbox (textbox6) value will be sent to (Sheet3) Cell I28. If, for example, PO# 12345 has already been added to (sheet3) Cell I28 and then the end user plugs it in again, i would like for it to be discarded and a message box stating this PO Number has already been accounted for...
so you get a better understanding...
Qty's... part numbers and PO#'s for Pallet 1 will be on row 28. Multiple PO#'s will fit into Cell I28 seperated by spaces and i will do wrap text.
Qty's...part numbers and PO#'s for Pallet 2 will be on row 29...so on and so on...
I am building a userform which also needs to display current data from a cell in the most recent row of a worksheet. This current data and all userform selections are then to be written to a row in a separate worksheet. I have not been able to properly reference the current data; My (rookie) approach intended to set the ControlSource properties of a TextBox to the desired current data.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() 'Begin form ' find last gps reading
Dim LastRow As Long Dim Source As Worksheet Set Source = Worksheets("Sheet1") Set Dec = Worksheets("DecimalForm")
I have a userform with many textboxes that I am using to collect data which is transferred to a worksheet using a command button on the userform. All data is correctly transferred to the worksheet except for the text box I am using for the date.
The date is transferred from the userform to the spreadsheet but the date is left justified implying that it is text but dates that I have manually entered into the spreadsheet cell are right justified. This may seem picky but I am using a 'count' function within the spreadsheet to determine how many rows contain the date.
I am using the following code which I am entering in the format of dd/mm/yyyy, to to transfer the date to Cell A1 the worksheet 'Results'.
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Worksheets("Results").Cells(1, 1) = UserForm1.Textbox1 End Sub
how to transfer the date to the cell so that it right justified, hence treated as a number within the cell.
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.
Users select a row number which then opens up a Userform. Comboboxes and Textboxes on this Userform are then populated with coloumn values (dependant on the row initially selected). If the row number was the same each time I could accomplish this by the following.
Private Sub TextBox1_Enter() TextBox1.Value = Range("a1") End Sub
but as its a variable I'm trying the following (which I think should work)
Private Sub TextBox1_Enter() TextBox1.Value = Range("a" & edi & "") End Sub
I think I need to declare the variable 'edi' as Public. If so where should this be? I've tried 'Genereal Declaration'
I have a userform with numerous text boxes. One textbox is used to input a date with the following code
When I have completed my userform I want to export this date as a date into range(a2) so I can then use the filter function to filter by month or year. THe problem I am having at the mo is that in the userform it is formatted as dd mm yy, but when I export it from userform it changes to mm,dd,yy. So if I entered 12th January 2014 it changes it to 1st December 2014.
A workaround is to export as text but then I use the filter by month year function so would prefer to avoid this.