VBA userform that will fill multiple boxes from one selection

Linzalin

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Good morning,

I have created a VBA userform to add details for students in school. Each time I add a new student, I have to then fill each box with their details - year, form etc. Is there a way to automatically fill more than one box from a selection? So for example, if I select James Smith A3, it would then add B3 (year) and B4 (B4) into the right boxes. If you could sign post me to a video and I'll try to work it out from there. I am not sure what this is called so I have not had any luck searching for an example.

Thanks!
 

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Leandroarb

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Hi! Are you ok?

Do you need add all columns to the combobox, name, year and etc. Do you can make this with a named range on the property "RowSource", but remember of the columns number on the property "ColumnCount". From there, in the AfterUpdate event of the combobox, you add the column values in the Textbox with this pattern: Me.NameTextBox = Me.NameCombobox.Column(NumberColumn).Value

Remember, the column count starts at zero, so if you add five columns the count will be 0,1,2,3,4.
 

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Linzalin

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Hello I am great thanks, a bit puzzled trying to work this one out! How are you?

I would like to add the information into separate boxes and then in separate columns on the spreadsheet once I submit. Can I do this with the column count option?
 

Leandroarb

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Hello I am great thanks, a bit puzzled trying to work this one out! How are you?

I would like to add the information into separate boxes and then in separate columns on the spreadsheet once I submit. Can I do this with the column count option?

I'm ok, thanks!

Yes, you can. First do the combobox procedures, after on the spreadsheet.
We help you ok?
 

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