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Exercise: Simple form to enter a film name and add to list
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Add a form to the workbook in the above folder for adding a film:
Your form could look like this - the yellow popup caption is the ControlTiptext property
Add code to the Cancel button so that it closes the form, and to the OK button so that it:
- Goes to the bottom of the film name column
- Goes one cell further down
- Sets the value of this cell to be the film name entered
- Sets the value of the cell one to the right to be the category entered
Ideally your form should also check that a user has filled in both of the fields.
If you have spare time, you could add code to check that the film entered does not already exist in the list.
Save this workbook as Best films, then close it down.