How can you make a textbox show the right two decimal points? The macro will take a number out of a cell and put it into the textbox. But, if the number is for example, 45.90, that amount is entered into the textbox, but the textbox will show 45.9 or 55.00 will be 55, so can this be changed in the properties or such?
Is there an easy method of checking the format of a textbox value. I want persons to be able to type in a value such as 11:51 or 1:51 and need to ensure they have entered something in that format.
Im trying to avoid errors and such, so in case they enter a letter or more than one : that it will not run my code.
Or do you think its easier to just check the keydown and if not = a number value or : then it deletes the value?
I would like to format as a % a number in a textbox on userform.?
(I don't see the formating in the properties)
Have a textbox that carries a number to a cell. When I look at the cell on the sheet though, there is one of those error marks in the top left corner of the cell - the number has been stored as text. But when I right click on the cell and go to the format menu, it says that the cell has 'general' formatting.
How can I get rid of the error mark and have the number stored as general and not as text?
Also I have the same issue with a value someone enters in another textbox which goes to a cell. The value is converted into text, but I want it to be in currency GBP.
Cells(i2, "L") = Textbox1
What VBA code do I use to set the value of a textbox based on the value of another textbox?
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