I have set up a form which requires one textbox to have a decimal followed by four numbers (ex .5780) and another which requires two numbers, a decimal, then two more numbers (ex 57.80). how this can be accomplished? I am new to Visual Basic coding!

I have a VBA user form that asks for user's input. The form has 3 textbox. I would like to check for the entry & make sure that it's numeric & not null. If it's not numeric or null, I'd like to display a warning message & highlight the textbox & ask for entry again.

Here's what I have but it's not really working. The warning message will come up but the next textbox is highlighted:

Private Sub TextBox1_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean)

If Not IsNumeric(Me.TextBox1.Value) Then MsgBox "Please Enter Only Numeric Values" TextBox1.SetFocus End If

End Sub

Private Sub TextBox2_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean)

If Not IsNumeric(Me.TextBox2.Value) Then MsgBox "Please Enter Only Numeric Values" TextBox2.SetFocus End If

I have a TextBox on a UserForm and I want to validate the user's input as soon as he moves focus from the TextBox but before he selects OK. I have the validation function, but what is the event

I have a userform with 5 textboxes. Each textbox looks for certain kinds of user entry...my code has trouble in re-locating the cursor to the SAME textbox after rejecting the user entry. And BTW, ideally the text box would be highlited in this instance.

Private Sub TextBox2_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) Dim okstop As Boolean Dim yesno_continue As Boolean Dim mytext As String okstop = False Do TextBox2.SetFocus TextBox2.SelStart = 0 mytext = TextBox2.Value If Not IsDate(mytext) And mytext <> "" Then TextBox2.Value = "" yesno_continue = MsgBox("Please enter a date...try again?", vbYesNo) TextBox2.SetFocus Else okstop = True End If Loop Until (yesno_continue = vbNo) Or (okstop = True) End Sub

I would like to know what proper code to use if I want a textbox validate if the entry typed in is an email address and has no blank spaces in it. The textbox is in a worksheet and is in an activex form.

I have a form that will allow the user to type in a date. I need to take that value and validate that it is between 01/01/2007 and 10 years ahead of the current day.

I've got a userform for pricing items and am having an issue when changing margin. I want to validate the user enters in .22 or 22%. The code places the decimal value in a worksheet just fine and runs back end calculations. I want to make sure no one fat-fingers .12b by accident so I came up with the following code. It seems to run fine, but if I tab over a couple of textbox (there are 4 Margin textboxes) it trips the coding for that textbox even if there was no change to the value.

Code: Private Sub txtPDLaborMargin_AfterUpdate() If IsNumeric(txtPDLaborMargin.Text) Then Range("LaborMargin") = txtPDLaborMargin

In my form I have the user enter in the current date in Textbox1. My program is designed only to work in 2009 so I want to check to make sure the 1) the date is in 2009 and 2) textbox1 is not empty. If it is empty then it displays a message box with "Not a Valid Date. Please Enter Date as MM/DD/YYYY. Date has to be in 2009" - this doesn't work. Second, if the date is outside of 2009 it is to display a meeage box saying "Date has to be in 2009".

Here is my current code which is not working.

Private Sub TextBox1_Exit(ByVal Cancel As MSForms.ReturnBoolean) If TextBox1 = vbNullString Then Exit Sub

If IsDate(TextBox1) Then Else MsgBox "Not a Valid Date. Please Enter Date as MM/DD/YYYY. Date has to be in 2009" ...

I'm looking to make a code that validates that a string is only alphabetic characters.

In addition, i want an additional code that validates other strings are only numeric. I tried using the VBA formula isnumeric, but it seems strings with e and d are still acceptable. I would guess the e is for exponential, but not sure about the d.

I need to create an input box that will only allow Negative Even Integers to be entered. Also, after a Negative even integer has been entered, I need it to Sum all of the EVEN numbers between the number entered and 0. The below is what I have, but a person could easily enter in a number that is NOT a negative even integer.

Dim Sum As Double, NumberEntry As Integer, i As Double NumberEntry = InputBox("Please enter a negative even integer.") Sum = 0 For i = NumberEntry + 1 To 0 Step 2 Sum = Sum + i Next MsgBox ("The sum is " & Sum)

I would like to " Validate Data In A Vertical Column To Not Allow Non Consecutive Numbers Less Than 100"

756415 10 456132 7 456123 12

The above is a valid list. Below would be an invalid list:

756415 10 13 456132 7 7 456123 12 13

This part of a larger scope, but I have a macro that will crash if the data entered is entered by way of the invalid list, it works perfectly with the valid list. I am limited to one column user's will input the data via a Barcode scanner that after it recieves input it enter's a "Hard" return. This is a warehouse pickticket program, user's scan their ticket id's (numbers greater than 100000) and then the number of lines on the ticket (usually not greater than 15)

In TextBox3, the user will input a percentage as a whole number, IE: 5 for 5%, but when the update is made, it is writing the "5" as 500% and is writing 50 as 5000%.

If there is already a percent in the cell it calls up IE: 50%, it shows up in TextBox3 as .5%

I have following for change event in text boxes to only allow numerics e.g.

Private Sub txtGBP10_Change() If (Not IsNumeric(txtGBP10.Value) And (txtGBP10.Value <> "")) Then txtGBP10.Value = Left(txtGBP10.Value, Len(txtGBP10.Value) - 1) End If End Sub Private Sub txtShare10_Change() If (Not IsNumeric(txtShare10.Value) And (txtShare10.Value <> "")) Then txtShare10.Value = Left(txtShare10.Value, Len(txtShare10.Value) - 1) End If End Sub

Can I add some code so that the user can only add numeric entries to 2 DP (txtGBP) or 3DP(txtShare)

I have an UserForm, where I have several text boxes. One of these textboxes should be entered with decimals. I have been able to cope with the declarations, and set the variable as Variant. However, is it possible to prevent the user inserting "," instead of "."? Alternatively, automatically change "," to "."?

we work with both Lotus 123 and Excel 2003. Lotus will be gone next year, but for now, the official mean to publish our reports is Lotus. With my work, I copy/paste a Lotus page to Excel. I use the following macro to convert Lotus format numbers (which Excel considers as text) to real numbers:

Sub ForceToNumber() Dim wSheet As Worksheet For Each wSheet In Worksheets With wSheet . Range("IV65536") = vbNullString .Range("IV65536").Copy .UsedRange.PasteSpecial xlPasteValues, xlPasteSpecialOperationAdd End With Next wSheet End Sub

Source : http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthre...087#post184087. The problem is that I need to send back this data in Lotus. Excel considers decimal numbers with a coma as real numbers and numbers with a dot as a text. This previous macro fixes that. However, Lotus works the other way. Only numbers with a dot are considered real numbers. So I would need to find a way to code a macro that converts any numbers in the Excel sheet to a number with a dot. It's a bit like doing the opposite operation.

I have a userform with 35 text boxes on which display data from a worksheet based on a selection made from a combobox.

My problem is that TextBox11 and TextBoxes 15-35 all need to show a value to 2 decimal places i.e 360.00.

I have found the following line of code:

Code:

For Each ctrl In Controls If TypeName(ctrl) = "TextBox" Then ctrl.Value = Format(ctrl.Value, ".00") Next ctrl

Which does the job but unfortunatley it applies it to every single textbox on the form (not just No's 11,15-35) which is a problem as some of the boxes contain dates so instead of 09/05/2012 i actually get 41038.00.

My question is how to I modifiy the above code (or is there an alternative code?) to only apply to the required textboxes?

From a list of numbers I would like to delete values that have cents so only those transactions with a .00 amount are displayed

For example

34.95 21.88 21.00 56.00 45.77

Only those valaues ending in .00 will list. I tried filtering but I think there most be a function(s) string that might work or at least filter out the values with cents

Is there a way to delete only numbers ending in a decimal from a column of numbers? I have a column of numbers but only the non decimals are relevant to the next equation.

I am trying to find a way of counting decimal numbers if, say, they begin with 3.

For example, I might have 3.33, 4.1, 3.0, 5.65, 3.8, 3.7, 3.33, etc.

I want to count anything that begins with 3 (3.33, 3.0, etc). Using the data above the answer would be 5 ...5 numbers that begin with a 3.

If this possible?

There doesn't appear to be the facility with Countif. I don't want to truncate the data (the spreadsheet already is quite extensive). I have tried using =SUMPRODUCT((Y$2:Y$170 >=3)*(Y$2:Y$170<=3.9)) but this will return an answer only when there is a complete set of data within cells within the range.

I would have a preliminary data, a number, on sheet1. The final data would be on sheet2.

In the case where there is a whole number as the preliminary data, the data would remain the same as the final output. (eg. 248 --> 248)

In the case where there is a number with a decimal, I need a function where it looks at the original number as two sets of WHOLE numbers. (Eg. 248.30 --> 248 and 30). Where the digits to the left of the decimal remains the same and the digits to the right would be divided by x (in this case, 10). The final output would be 2483 (where 248 is the same and the 30 is divided by 10.

Since I am using an older version of excel, I cannot use quotient. I know that I would be using the vlookup function and perhaps an if function. however, I do not know how to separate the numbers in regards to the decimal.

My coworker's excel program is converting all data to decimals. He enters in 2004 as a date and it makes it 2.004. I opened the same file on my computer and it works fine. I have done all fo the formatting to try and make it a number or a general field. The general field is not showing a preview as if there is some error overriding the whole program. He has some other numbers that he has already entered as currency and they work fine. I was able to do a =2004 and it showed as 2004 of course.

when I tried to input numbers into an Excel spreadsheet (Excel 2003) the numbers were entered as decimals. Example: I type in 235 with NO decimal point, Excel enters it as 2.35, even when starting from scratch, using a new sheet or new workbook. I tried using format cell from the menu bar to choose "general" then as "number". Nothing changed. I also tried to set the decimal places at "0" using the number format. All that did was truncate the number to 2 with the .35 not being displayed in the cell. It IS displayed in the formula window as 2.35... but not as I entered it... 235. This happens no matter whether or not it's a brand new blank workbook or worksheet