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I need the correct code to update a worksheet using  cmdADD
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Question by:bjfulkerson
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by:Martin Liss
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Sheets("The sheet name").Range("A1") = "blah"
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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507574
Can you tell me what is wrong with this.  It won't update
Private Sub cmdAdd_Click()
   Dim lastrow As Long
   lastrow = Sheets("WorkSheets").Range("A2" & Rows.Count).End
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "A").Value = ComboBox1.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "B").Value = TxtDate.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "C").Value = CB2FunctionCode.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "D").Value = TxtTime.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "E").Value = TxtUnits.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "G").Value = TxtFname.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "H").Value = TxtLName.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "I").Value = TxtHDept.Text
 
 End Sub
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by:Glenn Ray
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To determine the last available row, replace
lastrow = Sheets("WorkSheets").Range("A2" & Rows.Count).End

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with
lastrow = Sheets("WorkSheets").Cells.SpecialCells(xlLastCell).Row

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or, if you know the data in column A is contiguous (no empty cells), then you can use:
lastrow = Sheets("WorkSheets").Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row

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I presume you have already defined and assigned the values in the objects listed later.

Regards,
-Glenn
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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507596
Not sure what you mean by that.

It still is not updating
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by:Martin Liss
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Instead of "WorkSheets" use the name of a single worksheet like "Sheet1".
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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507688
Still no update

Private Sub cmdAdd_Click()
   Dim lastrow As Long
   llastrow = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "A").Value = ComboBox1.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "B").Value = TxtDate.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "C").Value = CB2FunctionCode.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "D").Value = TxtTime.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "E").Value = TxtUnits.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "G").Value = TxtFname.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "H").Value = TxtLName.Text
   Cells(lastrow + 1, "I").Value = TxtHDept.Text
 
 End Sub
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by:Martin Liss
ID: 40507703
You have a typo in your code.

llastrow = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row

should be

 lastrow = Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row

If that doesn't work then please attach your workbook.
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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507709
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by:Martin Liss
ID: 40507721
The workbook you provided has no code and no command button that I can find. Please save it as an xlsm file.
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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507729
Sorry I sent the wrong one.
STL-Function-Analysis-2015-V2.xlsm
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by:Martin Liss
ID: 40507768
Your button on the userform is named "ccmdAdd", it should be "cmdAdd".
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by:Martin Liss
ID: 40507774
You have some other problems. Be back in a minute.
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Martin Liss earned 500 total points
ID: 40507795
After correcting the name of the button as I posted in post ID 40507768, use this code.
Private Sub cmdAdd_Click()
   Dim lastrow As Long
   
   With Sheets("Timesheet")
     lastrow = .Range("A1048576").End(xlUp).Row
    'lastrow = Sheets("Timesheet").Range("A2").End(xlDown).Row
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "A").Value = ComboBox1.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "B").Value = TxtDate.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "C").Value = CB2FunctionCode.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "D").Value = TxtTime.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "E").Value = TxtUnits.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "G").Value = TxtFname.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "H").Value = TxtLName.Text
    .Cells(lastrow + 1, "I").Value = TxtHDept.Text
   End With
  
 End Sub

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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507878
Just an FYI.  In my version of Excel 2007, there must be a bug.
the cmdAdd is actually ccmdAdd.
After I changed that it worked.

Do I use UPDATE the same way

cmdUPDATE
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by:Martin Liss
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In my version of Excel 2007, there must be a bug.
the cmdAdd is actually ccmdAdd.
The only way the name of the control became ccmdAdd is if you or someone else typed it that way.

Do I use UPDATE the same way
That's really too broad of a statement to answer exactly, but probably, yes.
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by:bjfulkerson
ID: 40507916
I will ask a new question.
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by:Martin Liss
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I'm glad I was able to help.

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