dynamic display of images based on selection on userform

hearthhrob4gals

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Hi Experts,

i have 24 imageboxes on userform and depending on the section, these listboxes should appear. for example, if user selects 4 from the listbox, only the first 4 listboxes should appear. post that i have to adjust the hight and width of the imagebox since if 4 images are to be shown, they should b adjusted in such a way, that the entire form should be covered.

i cant go and manually and set the visibility to true or false..it will take ages....

is there any other way where i can make the image name dynamic....like a.visible=true where a is my image1?
 

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