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Looping through userform textboxes using variables

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    Question Looping through userform textboxes using variables

    Scenario: Userform with 5 contact fields at the top made from textboxes (First, Last, Title, Phone, Email,) that I attempting to populate a 5x6 table below that I have created using textboxes (contact1,2,3...) on the same userform. I have a command button I would like to use to populate a contact row and clear the contact fields each time I fill the contact fields and press the button (fill contact fields, press button, populate row 1, fill contact fields, press button, populate row 2.... ). I think I need to incorporate a "control" variable, but I have been writing code now for 14hrs and my brain is not working at peak efficiency. Any help is greatly appreciated!

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    Re: Looping through userform textboxes using variables

    Hi, welcome to the forum
    You can address a Control by dimensioning as Control

    Me.Coontrols(Ctrl.Name & i (or j) or any numebr).Value (for textboxes and ComboBoxes), .Caption for OptionButtons, CheckBoxes and Labels

    Hope this helps (a little)


    Dim Ctrl As Control
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    Re: Looping through userform textboxes using variables

    Attach a sample workbook. Make sure there is just enough data to demonstrate your need. Include a BEFORE sheet and an AFTER sheet in the workbook if needed to show the process you're trying to complete or automate. Make sure your desired results are shown, mock them up manually if necessary.

    Remember to desensitize the data.

    Click on GO ADVANCED and then scroll down to Manage Attachments to open the upload window.
    Surround your VBA code with CODE tags e.g.;
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