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    Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    How can a button coded to send information to a worksheet in the excel document be coded so it doesn't close upon using it? I have a button I'm calling 'Enter' and another that is called 'Add/Update' and both of them send information to their respective worksheets within the excel workbook, but when they are used they close the UserForm. Since, the UserForm is designed for the user never to have a need to necessarily close the Userform, I don't want that to happen. I want the user to choose when and if they will close the UserForm, and then simply use the X to do so.
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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    The codes being executed must include instructions for the userform to close for that to happen. Remove those instructions.
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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    Could you tell me what kind of information that it send to sheet? Where is the button placed on, a real userform? And the userform closed?
    May I see the code?

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    I'm not sure what part of the code tells the UserForm to close upon click.

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    The reason I was told to put that there was so when then it does close, it doesn't clear all of the data entered into the UserForm. Is that the only reason it does close?

    Where should I put that code elsewhere so when the user clicks the X, the data remains in the UserForm?

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    Me.Hide doesn't close the userform it hides it.

    You don't need that code anywhere.

    To close the form you need to add another button outside the frame.

    Then you can use this code to close the form.
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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    if you want it to hide and not unload put it in the userform's queryclose event
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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    I will give that a try. Thank you.

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    It has worked. Thank you!

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    I Think. Let me get back to you. It doesn't close down now when I click different command buttons, however, two of my tabs on my Multi-Page UserForm did not have their information in them when I re-opened the UserForm.

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    Use the userform Initialize event to populate the 2 tabs.

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    How do I do that, Norie? Would I duplicate what I already have in there as follows:

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    If the 2 pages are the ones I think they are it's the job/interview data you need to load not candidate data.

    The code would go in their but it would be pretty different.

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    Re: Code a Command Button on UserForm not to close upon click - Excel VBA

    Yes, there is a worksheet called 'JobIntvwData' and two tabs, one called 'RequisitionTab' and 'TeamTab'.

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