VBA Shortcut For Renaming Multiple TextBoxes
Is there a shortcut to rename multiple TextBoxes?
So far I've been renaming each individual TextBox manually. This takes forever...
I have a lot of TextBoxes & hope there is a faster/easier solution.
TextBox1 --> OtherName1
TextBox2 --> OtherName2
TextBox3 --> OtherName3
TextBox4 --> OtherName4
TextBox5 --> OtherName5
TextBox6 --> OtherName6
TextBox7 --> OtherName7
TextBox8 --> OtherName8
TextBox9 --> OtherName9
TextBox10 --> OtherName10
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