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How to get TextBox values into Excel cells

Posted on 2001-09-11
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Hi!

I have an Excel spreadsheet containing a lot of textboxes. I want to extract the values in these textboxes and get them into the cells in the spreadsheet. I've tried to write a macro but it halts on the
Activecell = ActiveSheet.Shapes... line and I cannot find out what's wrong.

Dim Teller As Integer
Range("a1").Activate
For i = 116 To 228
ActiveSheet.Shapes("Rectangle " & i & "").Select

Activecell = ActiveSheet.Shapes("Rectangle " & i & "").Value

ActiveCell.Offset(0, 1).Select
Teller = Teller + 1
If Teller = 4 Then
ActiveCell.Offset(1, -4).Select
Teller = 0
End If
Next i

Can anyone help?

Regards
bernjerg
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by:ture
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bernjerg,

Try using this line of code instead:

Activecell = ActiveSheet.Shapes("Rectangle " & i & "").Characters.Text

Ture Magnusson
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...or, if you prefer, you can use this VBA code instead of yours:

  Dim i As Integer
  Dim c As Integer
  Dim rng As Range
  Dim sh As Shape
 
  Set rng = ActiveCell
   
  For i = 116 To 228
   
    Set sh = ActiveSheet.Shapes("Rectangle " & i & "")
    rng.Value = sh.TextFrame.Characters.Text
   
    Set rng = rng.Offset(0, 1)
    c = c + 1
    If c = 4 Then
      Set rng = rng.Offset(1, -4)
      c = 0
    End If
 
  Next i

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by:bernjerg
ID: 6473601
Tackar s? mycket! Actually, I found it out in the meantime. By the way... Do you know a method to make Excel find the Rectangles in the spreadsheet? I tried to write "For each Rectangle In ActiveSheet" But that didn't work out.

I've increased the points to 150.

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bernjerg
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by:ture
ID: 6473670
bernjerg,

Vars?god!

> Do you know a method to make Excel find the Rectangles in the spreadsheet?

Something like this? It finds BOTH rectangles and text boxes, which are actually the same kind of shape.

Please note that I have changed the variable name from "sh" to "shp" (to avoid confusion between shapes and sheets).

  Dim c As Integer
  Dim rng As Range
  Dim shp As Shape
 
  Set rng = ActiveCell
   
  For Each shp In ActiveSheet.Shapes
 
    If shp.AutoShapeType = msoShapeRectangle Then
   
      rng.Value = shp.TextFrame.Characters.Text
     
      Set rng = rng.Offset(0, 1)
      c = c + 1
      If c = 4 Then
        Set rng = rng.Offset(1, -4)
        c = 0
      End If
   
    End If
 
  Next shp


> I've increased the points to 150.

No, you haven't :0)

/Ture
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by:bernjerg
ID: 6473693
Great! Now you've got your points. My mistake...

bernjerg
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by:ture
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Thanks, bernjerg! I didn't know that it was possible to increase the points AFTER accepting a question. How did you do that ???

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by:bernjerg
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I had a not updated browser window open in the background and I could increase the points from that window. I wasn't sure if you would get those points by trying to raise the points afterwards, but it seems to work just fine.

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