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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Trapyeezy, Jul 17, 2016.

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  1. Trapyeezy

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    Is anyone good at using excel? I need help with making an input box that will allow me to enter numbers, And these numbers will automatically register with my other work sheets in my work book.
     
  2. lochlomonder

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    Just to clarify: are you looking for a VBA front end, of sorts, to allow you to enter numbers? Otherwise, you can use what are called 3D-reference formulae, which will reflect numbers typed on one worksheet within one or more other worksheets in the spreadsheet. This page gives an example of what I'm discussing.
     
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    Please let me know if you can see the video I posted
     
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    U dont have to watch the whole video! I just need help with the beginning part . Where it says "Adjustment columns" This is where the "input section" comes in . I wasn't sure if he wanted us to use an "Input Box" in excel
     
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    The way you are posting your question looks quite a lot like a homework task or exam.
     
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    I agree w/Hans. This requires 3D-reference formulae, as I mentioned in a previous post, and it actually shows you how to do that within the video. So what's the actual issue here?
     
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