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Please can you help, I'm trying to change the code on the userform.

I want Textbox2 to equal the value held in "DataSheet!B4" and then (+1). So if B4 was equal to "AA-1" when the user form opens the value displayed in textbox2 would be "AA-2"

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
TextBox1.Text = VBA.Environ("USERNAME")
TextBox2.Text = "DataSheet!B4"
   
End Sub
 example2.xls
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Question by:Gazza83
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by:Dave Brett
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hth

Dave
Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    Dim sArr
    TextBox1.Text = VBA.Environ("USERNAME")
    sArr = Split(Sheets("Data").[B4].Value, "-")
    TextBox2.Text = Val(sArr(1) + 1)
End Sub

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for complete string.

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Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    Dim sArr
    TextBox1.Text = VBA.Environ("USERNAME")
    sArr = Split(Sheets("Data").[B4].Value, "-")
    TextBox2.Text = sArr(0) & "-" & Val(sArr(1) + 1)
End Sub

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by:OblivionSY
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I am not sure that code re-creates the exact code required.

Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
    Dim sArr
    TextBox1.Text = VBA.Environ("USERNAME")
    sArr = Split(Sheets("Data").[B4].Value, "-")
    TextBox2.Text = sArr(0) & "-" & Val(sArr(1) + 1)
End Sub

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by:OblivionSY
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Beat me to it :-)
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