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# Conversion of formula to userform or button

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## Conversion of formula to userform or button

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Hi All,
I am Design engineer and very new to excel. Need some help for conversion of formula to userform or button for quick access.
Below are the formulae need to be converted.
For condition 1 :
1. Nominal value : LEFT(B2,FIND("±",B2)-1)
2. Upper Tolerance : SUBSTITUTE(B2,CONCATENATE(C2,"±"),"")
3. Lower Tolerance : SUBSTITUTE(B2,CONCATENATE(C2,"±"),"")

For condition 2 :
1. Nominal value : MID(B3,1,FIND("+",B3)-1)
2. Upper Tolerance : MID(B3,FIND("+",B3),FIND("-",B3)-FIND("+",B3))
3. Lower Tolerance : MID(B3,FIND("-",B3),LEN(B3)-(FIND("-",B3)-1))

For condition 3 :
1. Nominal value : MID(B4,1,FIND(CHAR(10),B4))
2. Upper Tolerance : MID(B4,FIND(CHAR(10),B4),LEN(B4)-FIND(CHAR(10),B4)+1)

If anyone know the solution please help me out.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Ravi

### RE: Conversion of formula to userform or button

In VBA, to use a spreadsheet function just add Application.WorksheetFunction. in front of the function.

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