VBA User Form - Multiple Selection Query

froobbie

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Hi everyone,

I am thinking of developing a macro, which will create pdfs based on the conditions provided in userform.
I want to create a list of 48 countries, as a multiple selection list, however I do not have any reasonable idea, how to write a logical function allowing me to create pdfs based on the countries chosen in a userform's multiple selection, instead of creating them for all of the countires.

Could you please advise how to do it in a smart way? Maybe some of you have already attempted something like this with a success?

Thank you in advance for any answers and tips!
 

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InzieBear

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You need to provide details as to exactly what you want the macro to do/show in the PDF's.
 

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