VBA Form

Mark Soetens

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Aug 19, 2002
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Hello,

Is there a kind of textbox property in VBA Userform, that allows an entry by selecting a cell or a range with the mouse?
I'm creating a macro that should allow information from a selected column or a range of cells, and instead of typing the column I was hoping it could be selected with the mouse.

Thanks,
Mark
 

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Andrew Poulsom

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The RefEdit control allows the user to select a range. It's the last one in the ToolBox (bottom left).
 

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