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    Save Settings Button

    I am currently working on a tool that has numerous drop downs for camera settings. I would like to have a "save settings" button that copies certain inputs to a "project summary" section. Also, I need to use the offset function in a way so that users can add numerous cameras to the project summary section. Thanks so much for the help!

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    Good evening cmryan

    ...and welcome to the forum!!

    Userforms cannot save data from one session to another, so you will need to write the values from the userform into a worksheet within your file, and then read them back again.

    Have a look at the attached file which shows how to transfer values from a userform to a worksheet.

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    Re: Save Settings Button

    Thank you for the response. I do not need them to save, I really just need to have a button that copies certain values to a row and when the button is hit again it copies the values to a row under the first one and so on. Thanks for the help!

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