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Using An Array from one userform to another in VBA?

Hi, I'm having a problem with a program I am working on.
Basically, I have one array that is defined and loads some data into it from the excel spreadsheet. I will be using it on 2 different userforms. One userform calls the other. But, when in the 2nd userform, my program does not recognize the array. I need the array at the module level, or at least I think so from what I have been reading. But, any help from you guys would be great!
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Post Fri Sep 19, 2003 8:58 pm 
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Re: Using An Array from one userform to another in VBA?

Actually all, NM. I figured out a way around this. I just userform.hide my form with the array, and pass all needed data via functions in the first form to the 2nd.
Thanks!

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