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Old April 12th, 2018, 07:50 PM
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Hi,

I have four worksheets and each one of them has a toggle button. All those buttons do the same thing. So if the user is working on Sheet2 and decided to click the toggle button, I would like to make the other three buttons in the other sheets to be clicked or depressed automatically. Is this can be done? if yes, how?

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Old April 30th, 2018, 02:56 PM
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Well, let's see.
If it were me, and there were a dozen or more controls to behave the same way, I'd use a class module. Seeing as there are only 4, one on each sheet, I'd write a macro to do what you want by looping through each sheet's respective toggle control and do what you want. Let's say you name that macro myToggleTask. Then it's a simple matter of going one by one to each toggle control and for its respective Click event, run the myToggleTask macro by putting this one-liner in the code:

Private Sub ToggleButton1_Click()
Run "myToggleTask"
End Sub
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Default It can be done without writing code.

Open VBA Editor, put it in design mode.
Choose to view properties of each toggle.
Point the LinkedCell of the toggle to the cell you want the toggle to update to.
For cells on different sheets you'll write the full cell reference: SheetName!CellAddress.
If you have a Worksheet named Data with a cell A2 you want the toggle to update: Data!C2.
Remove VBA from design mode and Bob's your uncle.
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