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Using calendar in  vba to insert date in text box.

Posted on 2010-09-07
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Private Sub Calendar1_Click()

ActiveCell = TextBox1       'Calendar1.Value -this wqs tried but didn't work.
ActiveCell.NumberFormat = "mm/dd/yy"

End Sub
Private Sub userform_activate()

Me.Calendar1.Value = Date

End Sub
Sub showit()

FormInput.Show

End Sub

I want to insert a date selected from vba calendar into  textbox1 located on a userform. which will later be inserted into the spreadsheet with a submit command on userform.  The above code doesn't work.  Please help.  Thanx.
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by:sdwalker
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I think you'll need to use something more like this ...
Good luck,
sdwalker

Private Sub Calendar1_Click()



' this code gets it to the userform

TextBox1.Text = Format(Calendar1.Value, "mm/dd/yyyy")



' this code gets it to the spreadsheet

sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").value = FormInput.TextBox1.Value ' or it could be FormInput.TextBox1.Text



End Sub



Private Sub userform_activate()



Calendar1.Value = Date



End Sub



Sub showit()



FormInput.Show



End Sub

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by:1r3o2n8
ID: 33621656
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()

'Dim r As Range
'Set r = Range("e30").End(xlUp)      'a65536
'Set r = r.Offset(1, 0)
'r.Value = TextBox1.Value

Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Value = FormInput.TextBox1.Value

End Sub

Your line above errors out-runtime error 9, subscript out of range.  Textbox1 and commanbutto1 appear correct.
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by:sdwalker
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Is FormInput the name of your form?  Can you post your workbook (or at least part of it)?
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ID: 33621962
file is attached.  I want to enter data including date in form and then slide it to spreadsheet with commandbutton
WIRE.xlsm
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by:sdwalker
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There's no Sheet1, so you'll need to change the code to say ...
Sheets("Macro1").Range("A1").Value = FormInput.TextBox1.Value
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by:1r3o2n8
ID: 33622443
That works.  But the serial number is displayed and the usual conversion methods don't work although it shows above in the formula bar.
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by:sdwalker
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Just format the cell as a date and you should be fine.
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I am unable to format the date or anything else on the spreadsheet.  Also the table keeps disappearing.  Do you have any suggestions.  Is this file corrupt or is there a problem with a macro?
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by:sdwalker
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Is it the same spreadsheet you sent? I was able to right click on the cell and format it as a date with no problem. I just don't know why you would be unable to format a cell unless it's protected. Are you clearing out any data in you're macro?
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TextBox1.Text = Format(Calendar1.Value, "mm/dd/yy")
Does this code or some other insert text into the cell and then format won't work on text? or might text be inserted by another macro?  Is a number rather than text  necessary in order to format a date?  I am going back and slowly redesigning the spreadsheet and trying the formatting frequently to see if and when the format won't work. Unformatable sheet is attached.
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TextBox1.Text = Format(Calendar1.Value, "mm/dd/yy")
Does this code or some other insert text into the cell and then format won't work on text? or might text be inserted by another macro?  Is a number rather than text  necessary in order to format a date?  I am going back and slowly redesigning the spreadsheet and trying the formatting frequently to see if and when the format won't work. Unformatable sheet is attached.
WIREbb2-090810.xlsm
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by:sdwalker
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Is the date not showing directly in the form or the spreadsheet? The form field needs to be set up properly if that's where your problem is. The spreadsheet should just require you too format the cell.

Unfortunately, I'm not at a place where I can sew the spreadsheet,  so it'll be later before I can look at that.
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Sheets("Macro1").Range("A1").Value = FormInput.TextBox1.Value  'runtime error 9-subscript out of range
Please correct above code.  See entire workbook attched.  I still sometimes have a problem with formatting.  When I try to format, a box comes up with only the font choice and not the number.  Why?
WIRE.xlsm
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No solution yet but I want to award points
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I hate that I can't help further this week as I'm out of town. I'll try to look at it again when I get back.
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solver didn't answer last for over 4 days, but initial questions wer OK.
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