Can you put custom PropertyPage in Tools, Options using VBA

sbendbuckeye

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Hello all,

I have a UserForm that is used to handle configuration information, various paths, min and max allowable values, etc. Is it possible to somehow make this form show up as one of the property tabs in the Excel Tools, Options dialog? Thanks in advance for any ideas and/or suggestions!
 

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hatman

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It would be easier to simply put an additional entry in the Tools menu item. Check out This article by Chip pearson.
 

sbendbuckeye

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Thanks hatman. I know I could do that but I was wondering if the other was even possible.
 

hatman

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I would venture to guess not. The Options dialog looks like a userform with a Multipage control on it. I can't imagine being able to modify a userform control "from the outside."
 

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