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    ‘How to hide command button based on another cell - Additional buttons?’

    I came across an old thread by martindwilson (full credit to him) ‘How to hide command button based on another cell?’ (http://www.excelforum.com/excel-prog...ml#post3561021).

    This works faultlessly but for only 1 Button. I tried adding in the code again for a second Button but it creates a conflict. I made a slight adjustment to your original code, to show the button when the cell is populated, which works well…

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    Does anyone know a way I can:-

    1. Add additional buttons which reference their own cell?

    CommandButton4 – H9
    CommandButton6 – I9
    CommandButton2 – Q9
    CommandButton3 – S9

    2. And add one button which activates based on one of 3 cells?

    CommandButton1 – J9 &/or V9

    Any assistance would be greatly appreciated as I am a VBA novice.

    http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthread.php?t=185711
    Last edited by tittbb; 01-28-2014 at 07:11 AM.

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    Re: ‘How to hide command button based on another cell?’

    Thanks for the heads up, all done. I didn't know how to wrap...

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    Re: ‘How to hide command button based on another cell - Additional buttons?’

    Also posted: www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthread.php?t=185711

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    Re: ‘How to hide command button based on another cell - Additional buttons?’

    Thanks Cytop.

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    Re: ‘How to hide command button based on another cell - Additional buttons?’

    Thanks of the information. I'm new to forums and so not intentionally meaning to break the rules but just learning the ropes...

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    Re: ‘How to hide command button based on another cell - Additional buttons?’

    Solution no longer required. I reused the same format for CommandButton(s) within the routine which worked.
    Last edited by tittbb; 02-02-2014 at 03:45 AM.

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