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    VB Code Help " Error Variable not Defined " and Run time Error "438""

    Please help me as soon as possible

    I am just new at VBA codeing plz help me

    I have a code for VBA for Data entry form after I finish it the It shows the above errors " Error Variable not Defined " and Run time Error "438" which take the data from Form Sheet to Data sheet



    Please help me as fast as possible . Kindly find attached excel file for help plz



    Thank you for your consideration
    Respectfully

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    1. cmblocation.blackcolor = vbWhite --- it's .backcolor

    2. Application.screenupdateing = False -- it's .ScreenUpdating

    3. ValidateForm = True -- It's validationform
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_Hossler View Post
    1. cmblocation.blackcolor = vbWhite --- it's .backcolor

    2. Application.screenupdateing = False -- it's .ScreenUpdating

    3. ValidateForm = True -- It's validationform

    Thank you sooooo much for help

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