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    Msg error (overflow)

    hey,

    I don't know what's the cause of that error in the below code :

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    The error msg (overflow) in that part:

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    second; I have 16 columns should appear in listBox (lstTable), and i want 2 know If I have a column has a special format in sheet eg. (font:Wingdings 2), How can I format that column in listbox ???

    THX...

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    How many rows of data do you have?

    variable nRow is an integer and can overflow if you have too many rows.
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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    hey Andy


    I can't determine the no. of rows bcoz the range ot table is renewed and updated

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    from the help.

    Integer variables are stored as 16-bit (2-byte) numbers ranging in value from -32,768 to 32,767

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    yea Andy, I changed the Integer variable to string, it works

    Now, how can I do that

    second; I have 16 columns should appear in listBox (lstTable), and i want 2 know If I have a column has a special format in sheet eg. (font:Wingdings 2), How can I format that column in listbox ???

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mamud View Post
    yea Andy, I changed the Integer variable to string, it works
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    Kind regards, Harry.

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    hi HSV

    I changed it, do u have any answers to my second question?

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    Mamud,

    Normal:
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    Iíve tried, but for one or two columns in the listbox would not succeed.
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    Sorry.

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    doesn't work

    any help

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    Re: Msg error (overflow)

    To my knowledge (<E2007) you can format a listbox (like Harry indicated), but you can't format a part of a listbox (row, column, header)

    BTW I'd prefer

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    If you omit Option Explicit the VBA compiler will do the dimensioning for you.
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