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    userform return value

    I call a userform and need to determine whether the user clicked "OK" or "Cancel" on the form. Is there a way to do this without setting a global variable and checking it after the form is closed?

    I want to say something like:

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    where "run" is a method in userForm1 that returns a different value for OK and Cancel. But I don't know how to make this happen.

    Thanks Andy!
    Last edited by gtmeloney; 07-08-2009 at 12:24 PM.

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    Re: userform return value

    Here's how I do it for my userforms.

    standard code module
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    Userform1 with 2 buttons
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    Andy
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