Keep Getting Error With Public Variable.

Evagrius Ponticus

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Hi all,

I have a number of userforms that all reference the same worksheet. I wanted to create a public variable for that worksheet so I don't have to keep referencing it in each userform/commandbuttons etc. So I inserted a module and placed this declaration.

Code:
Option Explicit
Public MySh As Worksheet
Set MySh = ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("sheetName")

And I referenced it in a UserForm commandbutton

Code:
Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()
MySh.Range("i4") = Me.ComboBox1
MySh.Range("i5") = Me.TextBox1
End Sub

What am I doing wrong?
 

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