Userform to save inputs, clear commandbutton to clear fields

jyablinsky

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Hello,

I have a userform that has about 40 input fields and an execute button that creates a quote/enters data into a data spreadsheet/etc. Once I click the "Generate Quote" commandbutton, the 40 inputs disappear the next time I open the userform. If I make one small mistake, I have to re-enter all 40 fields. Is there an option or code that will save the data in the fields when I reopen the userform? And can I put a "Clear Fields" commandbutton on the userform to clear all the information? Any help would be GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thanks in advance.

Jason
 

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GTO

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Hello,

I have a userform that has about 40 input...the 40 inputs disappear the next time I open the userform. If I make one small mistake, I have to re-enter all 40 fields. Is there an option or code that will save the data in the fields when I reopen the userform?

And can I put a "Clear Fields" commandbutton on the userform to clear all the information?

Hi Jason,

I imagine you mean text boxes? As to saving their values, how are you dismissing the userform? If you Unload the userform, unless you have saved the vals of the textboxes in variables they will be lost. If you just hide the userform (Like: Me.Hide) you can Show the userform again and the vals will remain.

As you a "clear all" button, of course you can. You can use the controls' type, or if you have a consistent naming convention, or tags.

Mark
 

al_b_cnu

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Hi,
Try something like this:

for the calling macro:
Code:
Public gfrmInput As UserForm1

Sub ShowUserform()

If gfrmInput Is Nothing Then Set gfrmInput = New UserForm1

gfrmInput.Show

End Sub

Sub TidyUp()
Set gfrmInput = Nothing
End Sub

Note that this is in a module and to avoid memory leeks you need to call 'TidyUp before exitting.

for the Userform:
Code:
Private Sub btnCancel_Click()
Me.Hide
End Sub

Private Sub btnClear_Click()
Dim Ctl As Control

For Each Ctl In Me.Controls
    If TypeName(Ctl) = "TextBox" Then Ctl.Text = ""
Next Ctl
End Sub

Private Sub btnDoSomething_Click()

MsgBox "Do something here"

Me.Hide
End Sub

Private Sub UserForm_QueryClose(Cancel As Integer, CloseMode As Integer)
    If CloseMode = vbFormControlMenu Then
        ' X was clicked
        Cancel = True
        btnCancel_Click
    End If
End Sub

The clear code assumes all the input is in textboxes.

Note the code uses 'Me.hide' not 'Unload Me', also note the QueryClose event to stop user clicking on the 'X'.
 

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