Conditional userform button....

UKPhil

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I want to make a userform button appear ONLY on the condition of another cell being TRUE. Anyone any ideas how to go about this?
 

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Mudface

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a simple example is below (you'll need a UserForm with a button named as below, or adapt to your own purposes): -

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()

Me.CommandButton1.Visible = Sheet1.Range("A1").Value

End Sub

Edit: - note you might need an error-trap to make sure the value in the cell is True or False, otherwise you'll get an error.
This message was edited by Mudface on 2002-10-01 10:28
 

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