Aug 1, 2010
Essentially the user will enter their responses from a drop down list (assigned to about 30 textboxes in the userform: named txt1code, txt2code, txt3code....txt30code) and at the bottom of the userform the number of responses ('Yes') will be counted in real time and displayed in a textbox. (without using a command button)
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The possible responses in the textboxes are 'Yes', 'No', 'Not Applicable', ''.
Yes = 1
I'd like the calculation to ignore No's, Not Applicables and ; however, count all the 'Yes' responses.
If there are 17 'Yes' responses, 10 'No', 2 'blanks', and 1 'NA' in the form, the Totals textbox will display '17'. As the user is entering information-"Yes" responses only (added or deleted), he or she can visually validate that the number of 'Yes' responses has changed.
Is a real-time calculation possible in a userform?