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Drawing UserForms in the VBA code editor
Part three of a seven-part series of blogs
Learn how to create your own custom dialog boxes in VBA, using UserForms. This is the first part of a three-part series (the other parts are on Writing Code for UserForms and Creating Advanced Controls).
If you spend much time designing forms, you'll need the Properties window to be permanently visible:
The Properties window allows you to make changes to any aspect of a form or its controls.
You can display the Properties window using the menu:
Choose the menu option shown to display the Properties window.
Alternatively, you can press F4 or click on this tool:
Click on the tool shown to display the Properties window.
You can either display your properties in a list from A to Z, or choose to divide them into categories, depending on which tool you click on at the top of the Properties window:
|Alphabetic listing||Categorised listing|
I'm not sure I have any recommendation, but the rest of this blog will always use the Categorised (or should that be Categorized?) view.
Having learnt how to display the Properties window, you next need to learn how to select controls.
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