How to display worksheet data.

sirgrag

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I am a new to using the Visual Basic Editor in Excel 2003, and am trying to learn it. I need some help with something that I have been unable to figure out. I have a Workbook with several worksheets containing various data. The data is entered using code attached to command buttons on seveal different forms. I open the forms, click on the command buttons which cause the data to be added to certain worksheets. What I am wanting to do is to set up a command button (or hyperlink, or whatever it takes) to open a window that will show the data from one of the worksheets. It seems simple enough, but I have been unable to figure out how to get this done, if it can in fact be done. I know I can click on a sheet tab and view the worksheet, but I have the forms code set so that the forms stay on the screen all the time. So the forms cover much of the data I am needing to see. I would like to be able to open another "form" that will simply display the cell range I am need to see, and then close it back down without closing the other forms. Is this possible? (Hope this makes sense!)

Any and all help will be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!
 

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shades

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One possibility might be scenarios, and then view them that way.
 

sirgrag

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Thanks for the quick reply! I checked out scenarios, keeping in mind that I am new to this. When I tried to set a scenario for the range of cells I need to view, I have too many cells. Scenarios I guess are limited to 32 cells and I need more than that. Any other ideas???? Thanks again for your help!
 

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