VBA User Forms videos | Excel VBA Forms Pt 10 - Scroll Bar Controls

Posted by Andrew Gould on 31 March 2016


A Scroll Bar is like the big brother of a Spin Button, allowing you to set a numeric value by clicking and dragging a bar. This video shows you how to use a scroll bar to control both a numeric value and a date.

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Profitable Films - Pt10 ScrollBar Controls.xlsm Excel workbook with macros

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27 Aug 20 at 17:33

Hi Andrew,

I think I made scroll increase in month increment if clicked on right side using below code

Private mCurrentScrollPos As Long
Private Sub FilmDateScroll_Change()

FilmDate.Text = Format(CDate(FilmDateScroll.Value), "d mmm yyyy")
    
If (FilmDateScroll.Value < mCurrentScrollPos) Then
    
        FilmDateScroll.LargeChange = DateDiff("d", _
                                                DateAdd("m", -1, CDate(FilmDateScroll.Value)) _
                                                , CDate(FilmDateScroll.Value))
Else
        FilmDateScroll.LargeChange = DateDiff("d", _
                                        CDate(FilmDateScroll.Value), _
                                        DateAdd("m", 1, CDate(FilmDateScroll.Value)))
End If
    
mCurrentScrollPos = FilmDateScroll.Value
                                           
End Sub

 

Let me know if there is something else I should consider.

Thanks,

Surendra