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Hi,

I try my best to tinker at VBA using fora like these alot. Now the "application-defined or object-defined error" is in my opinion the most vague one i've seen so far...

Basically I'm trying to call a Sub with given arguments from a UserForm dialog i created, the moment the user presses the OK button.
But everytime I run it I get the same error. The strangest thing is: when executing the line in the immediate window, it works just fine...

So here's the code(error line marked with -->):

Private Sub cmdOK_Click()
   
    Dim useCategoryFilter, useCountryFilter, useBoth As Boolean
   
    useCategoryFilter = False
    useCountryFilter = False
    useBoth = False
   
    If UserForm1.cmbCategory.Value <> "" Then
        useCategoryFilter = True
    End If
   
    If UserForm1.cmbCountry.Value <> "" Then
        useCountryFilter = True
    End If
   
    If useCategoryFilter And useCountryFilter Then
        useBoth = True
    End If
   
-->    Call ThisWorkbook.CreateChart(useCategoryFilter, useCountryFilter, useBoth, UserForm1.cmbCategory.Value, UserForm1.cmbCountry.Value)
   
    UserForm1.Hide
   
End Sub

And then for the sub(due to classified data i cannot put the whole thing, but this one runs fine, when it does):

Sub CreateChart(ByVal useFilterCategory As Boolean, ByVal useFilterCountry As Boolean, ByVal useFilterBoth As Boolean, ByVal categoryFilter As String, ByVal countryFilter As String)

'Do some stuff here

End Sub

PS.: i looked on the first 3 pages on the forum with the search line "application-defined or object-defined error" but didn't seem to find anything that is suitable for my case? Excuse me if i am incorrect on that matter.

Thanks in Advance!
Anton
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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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Is this in Access or Excel? Where abouts is the CreateChart routine located? Is it in the same workbook? Is it Public?

If it's Excel and the CreateChart routine is Public and in a regular Module of the same workbook as the form, you can call the routine like this...

CreateChart useCategoryFilter, useCountryFilter, useBoth, UserForm1.cmbCategory.Value, UserForm1.cmbCountry.Value

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by:Anton Vandeghinste
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It's excel, sorry i forgot to mention...
My setup is like this:

+VbaProject
  +Microsoft excel-objects
     -Sheet1
     -Sheet2
     -ThisWorkbook(this is where CreateChart is present)
  +Forms
     -UserForm1(this is where the onClick is

Concerning the protection of the Sub CreateChart, there is no keyword in front of it, so i'm assuming it's public...

EDIT: I tried your code without the brackets, but that gave me a syntax error...
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This Question is solved, turns out i was being stupid... The error showed on the line where I called the Sub, but it actually occurs inside the routine itself, i've figured it out!

Thanks for the help anyway!
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