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    Question "for each" loop in controls to populate user-defined type

    Hello all,

    Hoping someone can help.

    I have a user-defined type that I want to hold various data selected from a UserForm. I have the UserForm controls in a frame so that I can loop through them using something like this:
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    in order to capture the status of each item chosen (or not chosen). It fails in the If section on the line that begins with udtInputs and the error varies (depending on what I've tried to put in there)

    It seems to be in the right place (in the UserForm code), and while debugging, I can see that "pgmName" is how I want it (matching how I defined the user-defined type in the main Module). So, if the user chooses "All Programs" from the form (checkboxes), I would like
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    but I can't figure out how to get the syntax right.

    If it helps, here is the udt definition:
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    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by njs27; 03-24-2015 at 04:58 PM. Reason: "replace" line was incorrect (old piece of code)

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    Re: "for each" loop in controls to populate user-defined type

    Part of the problem is a missing underscore:
    udtInputs.AllPrograms = true
    v.s.

    Public Type ReportData
    All_Programs As Boolean
    Prog1 As Boolean
    Prog2 As Boolean

    ...etc
    End Type
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    Re: "for each" loop in controls to populate user-defined type

    You can't access the components of a UDT like that.
    If posting code please use code tags, see here.

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    Re: "for each" loop in controls to populate user-defined type

    Quote Originally Posted by Norie View Post
    You can't access the components of a UDT like that.
    ugh. That was what I was afraid of.

    Any idea how I could assign the variables to them then? Would I have to maybe write them to a wkst and then read them back into the UDT from there?

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