dynamically add TextBox value in worksheet

Arie Bos

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I have a user form with a textbox. On the same form, I'd like to show the product of the value that is entered in this textbox and another cell value in a Label.
The problem is that the value is only pasted at the cell after pressing a control button to confirm, so the label does not show anything in real time. Is this possible anyway?
I had the following code:

VBA Code:
Private Sub btnNEXT1_Click()
    Sheets("Data").Select
    Range("A" & CStr(Rows.Count)).End(xlUp).Select
    ActiveCell.Offset(2, 0).Value = TextBox1.Value
    Unload Me
    frmSSD.Show vbModeless
End Sub
 

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Fluff

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How about
VBA Code:
Private Sub TextBox1_Change()
   If Me.TextBox1 <> "" Then
      Me.Label1.Caption = Me.TextBox1.Value * Range("A1").Value
   Else
      Me.Label1.Caption = ""
   End If
End Sub
 
Solution

Arie Bos

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Hello Fluff,
Many thanks! I even can show the product of two different textboxes real time.
 

Fluff

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You're welcome & thanks for the feedback.
 

Arie Bos

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BTW, is it possible to add a number format to the result number shown in the Label?
 

Fluff

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Yup, like
VBA Code:
      Me.Label1.Caption = Format(Me.TextBox1.Value * Range("A1").Value, "#,##0.00")
 

Arie Bos

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Working with this solution, is it also possible to add up two values, like:
VBA Code:
Me.Label23.Caption = Format((Me.TextBox2.Value / 12) + (Me.TextBox3.Value / 12), "#,##0")

I get error 13 Type mismatch
 

Fluff

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That should be fine as long as neither textbox is blank nor contain text.
 

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