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    displaying multiple result in userform

    i am creating macro to search the result from an sheet and display i have multiple occurence of same model the code which i wrote only shows the first occurence i need it to show next result when i click on search again or else seperate button to find the next result kindly help on the code

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    Re: Require help in displaying multiple result in userform

    It would be easier to help you with this if you could attach a sample workbook.

    There are several methods of accomplishing this but which one is best will depend on your data.

    BSB

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    Re: displaying multiple result in userform

    Administrative Note:

    Welcome to the forum.

    We would very much like to help you with your query, however you need to include code tags around your code.

    Please take a moment to add the tags. Posting code between tags makes your code much easier to read and copy for testing, and it also maintains VBA formatting.

    Please see Forum Rule #2 about code tags and adjust accordingly. Click on Edit to open your post, then highlight your code and click the # icon at the top of your post window. More information about these and other tags can be found here

    I did it for you this time. Please read forum rules. Thanks
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