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    Default Load FORM with data from Excel worksheet

    Hello again,

    I have a FORM that is used to select players/teams to play in a tournament, and then macros will generate brackets for the competition.
    The 'Yes' and 'No' cells also have radio buttons to select who will be playing during that round of competition.
    I have been unsuccessful at developing a macro that will automatically populate the player names on the form in cells with Player 1, Player 2, Player 3, and continues through Player 16. Therefore, I have added a button on the form, shown below, called LOAD PLAYERS.

    Can someone help me with the code to load the player names where then names are BLUE in the form below?
    The player names are on the worksheet named ‘PLAYERS’ and reside at location of B2 – B17.

    Maximum 16 Players

    Will play Player Load Players

    Yes No Everyone
    Yes No Player1
    Yes No Player 2
    Yes No Player 3
    Yes No Player 16
    When this gets posted on the page it looks completely different that what I have tried to draw it.
    I just don’t understand how to get the table to look like I have it in the Excel worksheet.
    Just know that there should not be any big gaps between the rows.

    Thank you for any help you can provide.

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    Default Re: Load FORM with data from Excel worksheet


    Please do not post the same question multiple times. All clarifications, follow-ups, and bumps should be posted back to the original thread. Per forum rules, posts of a duplicate nature will be locked or deleted (rule 12 here: Forum Rules).

    You actually got replies in your other thread that you never responsed to!
    1. Use the built-in Help that comes with Excel/Access
    2. Use the Search functionality on this board
    3. A lot of VBA code can be acquired by using the Macro Recorder.

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