Userform Controls

jlefebvre

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I'm trying to find a control that's on a userform, but can't see it. I know it's there because I see it in the object browser, but it must be behind another object.

Any thoughts?
 

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Norie

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Jeff

Is this in design view?

If so just select it from the dropdown window at the top of the property sheet.

Then goto Format>Order>Bring to Front (Ctrl+J).
 

chicagodiceman

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Click on the object name in the object browser and check to make sure the "visible" property is set to TRUE
 

jlefebvre

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when i click on the name, where can i see the properties? they don't show up in the properties window?

however, i did just run a routine and put in a break and looked at the visible property and it says that it is visible. but i still can't find it!! it's position is 1,1 so it's not in negative territory.

thoughts?


jeff
 

chicagodiceman

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Select your userform in the project window. Below that should be the properties window with a dropdown list. From that list, select the object you're looking for. It will "select" the object on the form and the properties for that object will appear below the dropdown.

I think Norie has the right idea and after you select the object, try to bring it to the front.
 

jlefebvre

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That did it! Thanks!!

I had never figured out how to navigate to the individual controls using the Properties Box.

Thanks,

Jeff
 
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