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    How to make custom dynamic user form

    So, I am wanting to do a custom, dynamic user form.

    I have a sheet that has a column (column B) of data (somewhere between 5 and 12 items and those can vary) that I want to dynamically populate into a user form. If they are populated I am going to put some text boxes, check boxes with them. I want to be able to do some manipulation with the results but that is another endeavor.

    I have searched on the net and cannot seem to find any information on how (or if) this can be accomplished.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    F

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    You can formulate a custom User Form. It would help if you could provide more specific information how the form will be designed and
    where the dynamic data from column b is coming from.

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    Welcome to VBAX Faxen. When you talk about "sheet" and "Column B" can I assume you are using Excel rather than Word. If excel then go here to see how it may be done https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ7zOouPcEU
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    Private Sub UserForm_Initialize()
      'Adjust to suit the range of records you want.
      ListBox1.List = Application.Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A2:C3").Value
      ListBox1.RowSource = "Sheet1!A2:C3"
    End Sub
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faxen View Post
    So, I am wanting to do a custom, dynamic user form.

    I have a sheet that has a column (column B) of data (somewhere between 5 and 12 items and those can vary) that I want to dynamically populate into a user form. If they are populated I am going to put some text boxes, check boxes with them. I want to be able to do some manipulation with the results but that is another endeavor.

    I have searched on the net and cannot seem to find any information on how (or if) this can be accomplished.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    F
    You posted in the MS Word forum. This sounds like a MS Excel question

    If it it, let me know and I'll move it to the Excel forum where you'll get better respone
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    Can someone knock on Faxen's door and see if he's alive?
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