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Old March 18th, 2009, 04:28 PM
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Default Excel Forms - Help Needed

I am very inexperienced when it comes to user forms. My boss, however, is old school and knows alot about dialog boxes (therefore I have learned enough about those to do single page dialog boxes. I am working on a new project and he wants me to create a form with multiple pages if you will. He wants me to figure this one out without his help. For example, when you click on cells, format and it gives you a form with multiple pages for formatting options. That is what I have to create. I have to figure this out quickly. I have searched the internet for hours trying to find help on this type of form. No luck. I suspect that I do not know the right wording to use. Can anyone provide me with a site or reference that will show me how to create this type of form?

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Sheri
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Old March 18th, 2009, 05:57 PM
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What do you mean with multiple page form??? Several forms??? a tab control??.

Also, this is the wrong forum to ask this. Jim can you move this??? Thanks...
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gbianchi,

Thank you for your response. I continued to play around in excel today and I believe that I have discovered the key. I am using the multipage form now. I'm relaxing the brain until tomorrow so I'll play more then.

As for the wrong forum....Sorry about that. I am also new to this site. I'm learning how to navigate and so forth on the fly. I'll learn it though. So I'll know in the future, which forum is the correct forum for excel/access/vba questions? That is what I program the most. I do alot of business automation programs and manage access databases. Those are the main two software programs that I use & program for.

Thanks again for all your help,
Sheri
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gbianchi,

Ok - I think I get the forum thing now. Excel VBA questions then go to view subscriptions and select Excel VBA. Etc...

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