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If I press either the "OK" or "Cancel" button without entering any states in (because I changed my mind and want ALL states in there, or I pressed either button by accident), the macro eliminates ALL the rows because it needs criteria.

Can this code be modified so that the message box does the following...

1. If I press the "OK" button but I haven't entered in any criteria in the message box, bring up another message box saying "you have not entered in any states in" which brings up an "OK" box and brings you back to the original message box.

2. If I hit the "Cancel" button, bring up a message box that says "No states will be removed" with an "OK" button, essentially cancelling the "State" macro portion of the sub, but continuing with the rest of the code in the sub if there is any.

I would like to have this message box work this way even if states were entered in the input box but the user pressed the "Cancel" button anyway.

3. Create a NEW button named "Keep ALL States" which essentially does the same thing as the "Cancel" button. (I'm trying to "idiot proof" this).

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I am trying to develop a system to allow me select different parts from multiple sheets and then add them into a bill of material on a separate sheet.

[URL] ...........

I have written some VB script the best I can and it includes a 'commandbutton' to make it easy for the user of the workbook to use.

This is how it works:

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The issue I am having is:

If the user goes to 'Step 1 - Manifold 8640' tab, highlights the desired yellow cell then presses the 'Select' button twice, it will add two lines of data in the relevant 'Step 1 - Manifold 8640' section....This is ok.But when the user clicks a third time, the 'Step 1' data will overflow into the 'Step 2' section of the 'Smart Calc' tab...because the script tells the data to look for the next available line to write to. This is what I am trying to avoid!

Instead, i would like a message box to popup to indicate to the user that they cannot add anymore data into into the 'Step 1' or 'Step 2' sections of the 'Smart Calc' tab until they clear the data from within the relevant section in 'Smat Calc'.

I would like to set limits on where each 'Step 1' or 'Step 2' data is written to the 'Smart Calc' sheet (so it is within its relevant section). As you can see the script basically looks for the next available cell but this isn't really good when the data 'overflows'.

Note that you are able to highlight the yellow cells in the 'Smart Calc' tab and press the delete key, it will delete the data to clear the line. That is how i designed it to work so if the user makes a mistake they are able to just delete the relevant line and enter new data.

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Can you please tell me what I have to change so it would work again.

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Please see the VBA editor in the attached file.

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