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EXCEL... Using VBA to Display Spreadsheet(a1:c1) DATA

EXCEL... Using VBA to Display Spreadsheet(a1:c1) DATA

EXCEL... Using VBA to Display Spreadsheet(a1:c1) DATA

What code do I use to Gather the cells data(a1:c1) to a Form with TextBox9 as the display box for user....

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RE: EXCEL... Using VBA to Display Spreadsheet(a1:c1) DATA

I'm not sure exactly what you want to do with the data or how to format it, but this should show you how to get the value of a cell.

I Put a text box and command button on sheet 2 of a workbook. The Click event for command button 1 is shown below. this takes the values from cells A1 - C1, puts them all in a string variable and assigns that variable to the text box

Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
    Dim A1C1Val As String
    A1C1Val = Str(Application.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("A1").Value)
    A1C1Val = A1C1Val & Str(Application.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("B1").Value)
    A1C1Val = A1C1Val & Str(Application.Sheets("Sheet1").Range("C1").Value)
    TextBox1.Text = A1C1Val
End Sub

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