Setting the focus to the WS when displaying a form

David Looney

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After I display a modeless user form, I want the focus on the worksheet (not the user form) so the user can move around without having to click the worksheet first. Anyway to do this?

Thanks
 

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David Looney

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Thanks but thats what I'm doing and although it does select the cell the focus is still on the user form.

thanks
 
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Where is your code? In the initialize event? If so, place it somewhere else.
 
L

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Please post your code and provide other info as to how you are showing your userform. From a button, other event procedure, ect..

I cannot duplicate your problem.
 

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