Excel VBA: Filtered data returns 2nd result when calling each row

rbsam

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My sheet named Database has numerous rows of data. The first 2 columns have titles, and the user can select from these titles in a drop down list and filter the data so it only displays results that contain these titles.
In addition to this, I have another subroutine called GetNextResult. The purpose of this is to insert certain values from the filtered results into a text box. This is so the user doesn't have to see rows and rows of results, they can click this button and it'll insert the data into a text box, and every time they click it, it shows another result. When it has shown all of the results, it goes back to showing the first result again. It loops round.

Code:
Public Sub GetNextResult()
    Call FilterData
     
    Dim ws As Worksheet
    Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Worksheets("Database")


    Dim header As String
    header = "txtbox1"
    
    Dim LastRow As Long
    LastRow = ws.Cells(ws.Rows.Count, "A").End(xlUp).Row
   
    Dim DataRange As Range
    Set DataRange = ws.Range("A5", "J" & LastRow)


    Dim FilteredData As Range
    Set FilteredData = DataRange.Resize(ColumnSize:=1).SpecialCells(xlCellTypeVisible)


    First_Row_Filtered = Range("C6:C" & Rows.Count).SpecialCells(xlVisible)(1).Value
 
    If CurrentRow + 1 > FilteredData.Cells.Count Then
        CurrentRow = 1
    End If


    CurrentRow = CurrentRow + 1


    Dim i As Long
    Dim cell As Variant
    Static counter As Long
    
ActiveSheet.Shapes("Cardcounter").TextFrame.Characters.Text = counter
    
    For Each cell In FilteredData
        i = i + 1
        If i = CurrentRow Then
            Call ShowAll
           
            TextboxName = "txtbox1"
            ActiveSheet.Shapes(TextboxName ).DrawingObject.Text = cell.Offset(0, 2)
            
            TextboxName2 = "txtbox2"
            ActiveSheet.Shapes(TextboxName2).DrawingObject.Text = cell.Offset(0, 3)
            
            TextboxName3 = "txtbox3"
            ActiveSheet.Shapes(TextboxName3).DrawingObject.Text = cell.Offset(0, 4)
              
            If ActiveSheet.Shapes(TextboxName).DrawingObject.Text = header Then


                Call GetNextResult
            End If
            Call quick_artwork
        Else
            Call ShowAll
        End If
    Next cell


    If ActiveSheet.Shapes("txtbox1").DrawingObject.Text = First_Row_Filtered Then
    ActiveSheet.Shapes("Cardcounter").TextFrame.Characters.Text = 1
    counter = 2
    Else
    counter = counter + 1
    End If
End Sub

The problem is that for some reason the GetNextResult button will always insert the 2nd result instead of the 1st when you first click the button. So if you changed the criteria, the first result that would be inserted into the textbox is the 2nd row of the filtered data, not the first. Any idea why?
Appreciate the help!

Note: As per the rules, I've also posted this on StackOverflow but haven't any outcome from there. I've posted a similar question to this here and received some great support so figured I would ask this question too.
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/57506181/excel-vba-filtered-data-returns-2nd-result-when-calling-each-row


 
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