The two previous parts of this mini-blog have shown how to draw forms and how to write code to handle form events. This final part shows how to add some of the more exotic controls to user forms, like combo boxes, list boxes, multipage controls, spinners and option buttons.
- Advanced Controls - Our Example (this blog)
- Multipage Controls
- Combo boxes (and list boxes)
- Multiple Column Combo Boxes and Listboxes
- Multi-select ListBoxes
- SpinButtons (Spinners)
- Check Boxes
- Option Buttons (Radio Buttons)
- The Calendar Control
Posted by Andy Brown on 28 February 2012 | 4 comments
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Advanced Controls - Our Example
I'm going to assume that you've already read my two previous blogs on user forms, namely:
The aim of this blog is to show you how to work with combo boxes, list boxes and the like.
A Souped-Up Drink Order Form
The examples in this blog will all refer to the following form:
One of the three pages of the form is shown here.
You can download the workbook containing this example user form, complete with all the attached code.
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