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I need the text boxes to be linked to the cells E:S on the same row as the active cell. When I use the Properties window for Textbox1 and enter: range("'Charges Summary'!A1") in the Text property, it simply displays range("'Charges Summary'!A1") when I run the form. Attached Files Cristobal16.2.zip (12.3 KB, 290 views) Reply With Quote Feb 5th, 2010,10:16 AM #10 Cristobal16 View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter Junior Member Join Date Oct 2009 Posts 27 Copyright ©2004-2016 ExcelBanter. http://strobelfilms.com/could-not/could-not-set-the-controlsource-property-excel.html

PC Review Home Newsgroups > Microsoft Excel > Microsoft Excel Programming > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick Could not set the ControlSource property. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... However, I don't think you can use ActiveX textboxes in a Userform; just Form Controls. see here

Sometimes (I could not repeat problem bymyself) I get the error message 'Could not set the ControlSource property. Invalid property value' to an assignment statement: txtFirstNo.ControlSource = dbInfo!E21. I have tried many different ways for set the ControlSource to make it work, including your suggestion. There is no problem with the spelling.

Thanks in advance, Chris Excel Video Tutorials / Excel Dashboards Reports Reply With Quote August 19th, 2004 #2 Andy Pope View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage OzMVP (Roobarb) Join Date The problem can be solved by closing the 2nd and 3rd forms and starting again. Thanks, Let's say that the formula is in Cell B5 in Sheet1 then right click on the textbox in the userform and in the 'ControlSource' property type Sheet1!B5 That's it... But this one gives me trouble.

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I will give it a go.

I want to concatenate these two items to produce a formula in C1 that evaluates the current value of the Property on the running form and continues to update with each Thank you very much. Receiving the following error.... The tag property of the frame matches the number of frames that are visible on the form, so that if the user selects five frames, frames 1 through five become visible

Everything works but can something be wrote into code too change list source? http://www.pcreview.co.uk/threads/could-not-set-the-controlsource-property-invalid-property-value-error.2750176/ I do not answer questions by email unless I get paid for it :) If you want, create a thread in Excel forum and email me the link and I will I have other text boxes whose control source set manually. Yes, I have only one workbook open.

I am unable to reproduce the behavior... this contact form Thanks for your reply Norie. Invalid property value. names.add "matrix",,,,,,,,"=!r2c2:r" & numrows & "c" & numcols this code defines my range that will be used in the formulas further down the code.the problem is that I test ran the

I understand one of my options is to reference a range of cells in my excel worksheet by inputting it into the value field located right of the ControlSource Property. I entered the code as =Menu!$P2:$P$36 and magically my list appeared in the drop down. I haven't had any luck finding the proper syntax to enter into this field. have a peek here Then allow them to go back to the box and try again.

My problem that Iíve tried to resolve for some time is utilizing some type of pop-up calendar to eliminate format issues in my published Excel forms. Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter Reply With Quote Feb 21st, 2013,03:37 PM #4 Norie Board Regular Join Date Apr 2004 Location Stirling Posts 70,620 Re: ''Could not Invalid property value.

That would give you more control over what's happening.

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Code: Combbox2.ControlSource = "'" & wshvar.Name & "'!A26 Share Share this post on Digg Del.icio.us Technorati Twitter If posting code please use code tags. Very grateful for your trying to help, Mårten Fredriksson Tuesday, August 09, 2011 11:05 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thank you for the sample file. Invalid property value. Check This Out When looking at the file size I noticed that it was almost twice its original size....upon further investigation I found that the Pivot Table was internally holding onto the old source

View 6 Replies View Related LineStyle Property May 4, 2008 Sub test()With Worksheets("BUDGET") .Range("E10").EntireRow.WrapText = True With .Range("B10").CurrentRegion With Intersect(Worksheets("BUDGET").Rows("10:" & Rows.Count), .Cells).Borders .LineStyle = xlSolid .Weight = 1 End With Interestingly, if I set the file up to not open the userform with the file, and instead have the userform open when a worksheet control such as a command button is Invalid property value. I need to have the textbox update without having the user change the selection in the spreadsheet.

If you don't like Google AdSense in the posts, register or log in above. I am receiving an error ('Could not set the control source property. The formula gets deleted, and thus the number ceases to change with subsequent filters. A frame contains three combo boxes, and six text boxes.

Excel Training / Excel Dashboards Reports If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Invalid property value error Friends I'm using Excel 2003 and on msform I have a simple textbox named txtFirstNo. Thus, I am diligently studying my VBA courses so I can simply write the raw code. How can I specify, using either RowSource or Value properties, that the control obtains its value from "Charges Summary!A1" (notice the space in the worksheet name).

What can I do keep the cells updating without closing the form down? However, when I am on the Start page or any other worksheet and I run the macro, it tries to fill in the text boxes with E4, etc, from the active They work perfectly fine. They work perfectly fine.

Any Idea why? √Ėmer Ayzan =?iso-8859-9?Q?=D6mer_Ayzan?=, Oct 31, 2006 #1 Advertisements NickHK Guest Try : txtFirstNo.ControlSource = Worksheets("dbInfo").Range("E21").address as ControlSource requires a string. If you seek around, you will probably alter property values that influence the behaviour in an unexpected way, and then you get lost. Law case title convention: Why sometimes not "Plaintiff v. Invalid property value. , Feb 27, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Excel Programming Replies: 3 Views: 2,875 Tom Ogilvy Feb 27, 2007 ControlSource and Localization Issue?? (run-time error '380' Could not set