Inserting a submit button

busted

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I have a file on which information about reports is entered every day. I want to change it so the people entering the information can only see the name of the fields and the information they are currently entering. So, basically what I want to do is have all the fields sort of like a form and at the end have a submit button. When the button is pressed, I want the information to be sent to sheet2 (supposing the form is on sheet1). I know this requires programming some VBA code, which I'm not very good at. Can anyone help me?
 

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tactps

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As a start, look at using "Form" from the "Data" menu. It may give you what you want and avoid the use of VBA.
 

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Something like it, but how does the information gets sent to sheet2?
 

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It doesn't - under this method, you would have one sheet with the data and that's it. The form will sit over the top of that sheet (no need for a separate form)
 

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As you update the "form", the data will be automatically updated on the data sheet.
 
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