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Combo box names.?

Combo box names.?

Combo box names.?

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Im trying to use an if statment where the "IF" part refers to the choice taken in a combo box. Iv got it working oerfectly using cell, but I just cant get it to use the combo box instead of the cell.

Basicall all i need to know is what is combo box 1 called, Iv tried combo box 1, combobox1, combobox.1 and a few others, but non seem to work for me.

Please help
Thanx
Will

RE: Combo box names.?

There is no direct way to reference a combobox (or any control for that matter) from a worksheet formula.  In order to get the combobox value selected, first set the LinkedCell property of the combobox to a cell on the worksheet (say $A$1) then use $A$1 in all formulae that require the combobox selection.

You can directly reference a control from a VBA subroutine by using its codename or shapes collection name.

RE: Combo box names.?

From your question it is not clear if your "if" statement is in the spreadsheet or in VB.

cummings54's reply seems reasonable if the if is in the spreadsheet.

If in the VB code the value of combobox1 is "combobox1.value"

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