Mike asks "In my workbook, if a control checkbox is not checked then I would like to hide specific rows and columns automatically with VBA. How is this done?
Being a Control checkbox, you would have code that looks like this:
Private Sub CheckBox1_Click()
Rows(15).Hidden = CheckBox1
The first part is to avoid an error IF you are using Excel 97. The second line is an "improved" IF, it could be made like this:
If CheckBox1 = True then
Rows(15).Hidden = True
Rows(15).Hidden = False
But why do all the extra typing ?
By Juan Pablo Gonzalez on 11-Feb-2002
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