Convert spreadsheet into user form?

Todd Bardoni

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Is there a way to easily convert an Excel spreadsheet into a VBA user form?
 

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PaddyD

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Maybe, maybe not! Depends on the details of what you've got on your sheet & what you're trying to do...If you mean 'Is there a button I can click that will do it all in one go', then I'm fairly sure the answer will be 'No' (a dangerous thing to say on this board!).

Post back with more details about what you are trying to achieve.

Paddy
 

Todd Bardoni

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Basically, I created a spreadsheet that looks and "acts" as a userform. It has in one cell a "label" such as "NAME" and, for example, allows a user to enter his name in the next cell. Then with a click of a button a macro runs that stores the data in a log. I want to make this a little more professional looking (just because I'm picky like that), only I don't want to go through and re-create the form in an actual userform. I'd like to be able to import the labels or copy and paste them or something like that...maybe I'm just lazy. :)
 

Colo

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I'm fairly sure the answer will be 'No' (a dangerous thing to say on this board!).

Hi Paddy,
It's possible as picture but I'm not sure tbardoni wants it or not.
So, I don't think it can be done too. And I'm afraid to say " No way " LOL :)

I know how to add "Microsoft Office Spreadsheet control" on userform, but I've never used it. :biggrin:
 

Todd Bardoni

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Colo

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I'd like to be able to import the labels or copy and paste them or something like that...maybe I'm just lazy
I see. But I think it cannot be done.
 

PaddyD

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Or - it could, but you'd need to use VBA to do it, & the VBA would be massivley more complicated than code you'd need to do the useform itself!!

Paddy
 

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