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How to program for Controls on Multipage in Excel VBA

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I had Inserted Multipage control in Excel VBA, i had few controls in each page of Multipgae

How would i program for this controls, say if need to write piece of VB code for CommandButton on Multipage when doubleclicked

If i click on any control its taking me to 'MultiPage1_Change' property
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SiddharthRout earned 2000 total points
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You have to double click on the control and directly write the code in it.

Here is an example.

Sid

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Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
    TextBox2.Text = "Clicked on Page 2"
End Sub

Private Sub CommandButton2_Click()
    TextBox1.Text = "Clicked on Page 1"
End Sub

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Multipage-Example.xls
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by:dlmille
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Not for points, but you can go into design mode and double click any control and it should take you to the codepage with an opened event, from there you can see what events you can trap with that control by clicking on the listbox to the right on the debugger - e.g., Activate, Open, Change, etc...

Dave
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by:patrickab
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>If I click on any control its taking me to 'MultiPage1_Change' property

You will only get that if you double click on MultiPage1 and not double click on a Control on MultiPage1. So, as already advised, double click on the Control and write the code in the code pan that appears.

Patrick
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by:patrickab
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oops...

>If I click on any control its taking me to 'MultiPage1_Change' property

You will only get that if you double click on MultiPage1 and not double click on a Control on MultiPage1. So, as already advised, double click on the Control on MultiPage1 and write the code in the code pane that appears.

Patrick
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by:patrickab
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srikanthv2322,

The sort of syntax needed will be something like this:

If UserForm1.MultiPage1.Pages(0).OptionButton1 = True Then
        'Your code here
End If

See attached file for an example.

Patrick
Multi-page-on-Userform-01.xls
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by:SiddharthRout
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>>>>EXPERTS,
I need your help. Please post your closing recommendations within a few days. If you do not respond, I may need to assume that no correct answer was provided.

Tracy, I have given the solution but am waiting for srikanthv2322 to get back.

Sid
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