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=Row() Formula

=Row() Formula

=Row() Formula


I have a combo box(Activex control) with ListRange of Payable Database, when I select a company populate address/city etc. fine, but since i have an index column to i created by adding formula:

on cell A2, =Row()-1works fine but now every time i select a company from the combo box it starts blinking, blinking looks like going every record and then it select company.

is there any way i can stop that?

thank you

RE: =Row() Formula


Your statement regarding your problem is not clear.  What does the index column using the Row() function have to do with your combobox?  Do you reference this data?  I cannot understand what is going on.


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RE: =Row() Formula


I have a combo box with on list name "CustLookup1" with column
A with Index numbers using =row() function so when I add a new company will also increase or assign next number.

The problem is that When I select a company from a combo box first switch to the database and start blinking like going through all records and then select the company.

and the i find some of the companies name are blank.

I didn't have this problem until i added the =row() function.

by the in the combo box i have a code to populate the name/address fields.

With Macro:

Private Sub TempCombo_Change()
'Macro purpose:  To send the user to the home range
    Call PopulateData
End Sub

Thank you


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