Excel VBscript to create language test

Hello experts
So, I have an excel spreadsheet and the first sheet has 2 columns
- column B is filled with Korean words (from row 2)
- column C is filled with English translations (from row 2 as well)
I am looking for a macro in VBscript that would do the following on another sheet:
1- Ask user if starting language is Korean or English
2- Ask user the number of proposals (let's call it 'n')
3- draw n+1 boxes on the sheet and fill the first box with a Korean word (or English, depending on first question) randomly taken from the column B (if Korean) or C (if English)
4- fill one of remaining box with the right translated word
5- fill the remaining boxes with random wrong translations
6- Let the user click on the box where he believes the right translation is
7- if his choice is correct, the box where he has clicked will go to green
8- if his choice is incorrect the box will goo to orange
9- Also have 2 buttons : one to pick up another word, the second to start the game again from scratch (ie. erase the sheet and start the questions etc...)
Many thanks!!!
Jean-Christophe GALLANDKorea R&D DirectorAsked:
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Obvious question. What have you tried yourself?
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Jean-Christophe GALLANDKorea R&D DirectorAuthor Commented:
Starting from scratch and relying on experts. My skills in VBscript are too limited to make such a macro
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
For a start, try attached demo, using cells in an Excel sheet, instead of boxes.
Korean-English-test.xlsm
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Jean-Christophe GALLANDKorea R&D DirectorAuthor Commented:
This looks very good! Congrats! Only request is: could I select the number of possible words myself (starting from 1 to 10) using a drop down menu instead of clicking a pre-selected number?
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Ejgil HedegaardCommented:
It does not make sense to only have 1 translation, so I have set the numbers to be 2-10.
Korean-English-test-1.xlsm
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Jean-Christophe GALLANDKorea R&D DirectorAuthor Commented:
Excellent! Many thanks for your contribution!
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