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    User Form Captions

    I am looking for a way to use the value in a cell as a caption on a user form. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: User Form Captions

    Something like this?
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    Re: User Form Captions

    Thanks, but where would I put that code? and if I name that cell could I save some typing?

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    Re: User Form Captions

    In the form's Initialize event perhaps.
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    You could name the cell if you wanted and it would save a few keystrokes.

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    Re: User Form Captions

    Norie, Thanks for the help and this is what I have written.
    addplayerf = form
    asquare = name of the label in addplayerf form I am trying to get to change
    sasquarename = named cell I am trying to reference

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    Last edited by Chillywilly76; 02-05-2013 at 04:11 PM. Reason: correction

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    Don't change Userform_Initialize.

    If 'sasquare' is a named range you need Range("sasquare"l.

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