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I'm making user forms in excel by using VBA.  I'm using command buttons to move through the forms.  The problem I am having is making one to go to the previous form and the other go to the next form.  What do i assign to each button to do their job?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 50 total points
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Are you trying to develop some wizard.

If yes, you might think about the "microsoft" way: having several frames that you can move and hide. This will take some more ressources and might be tedious to do, but i found that i solved more problems than it generated.

Otherwise, you can have in the Click Event of the commandbuttons something like this:


Private Sub cmdPrevious_Click()
 frmForm1.Show
 me.hide
End Sub

Private Sub cmdNext_Click()
 frmForm3.Show
 me.hide
End Sub


Hope this helps
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by:Artemis_23
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Thanks a lot.....you answered my question really well...and it works...so....that's always a plus.
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