Screenupdating vba mac

31-Jan-2020 09:45

The only new command introduced is the get Field() function, which returns a form field.The form field object has a property “value” which contains the actual value that’s assigned to the field. Some days ago Mac commented in an old post about a problem he had with a PDF form.He actually wanted to fill the fields of a PDF form using data from an xml file. Evidently the one you want to update either lacks the title or isn't the first with that title. I tried the Visual Basic button on the Developer Tab, saved it and then clicked to run the macro. I named the dropdown list as "Clients" and it has no options entered yet.

Visible = False ' Open the workbook Set xl Wk Bk = . Open(File Name:=Str Wk Bk Nm, Read Only:=True, Add To MRU:=False) ' Process the workbook. Worksheets(Str Wk Sht Nm) ' Find the last-used row in column A. Content Controls(1) How could I adapt this so that all my dropdown lists are updated, rather than call them individually, I call them all as a group or collective?

Warning: If you don't call the Randomize function before calling the Rnd function, the Rnd function may return the same random number value each time.

And therefore, you may not get a truly random number.

I have selected my Drop Down List Content Control in Word that I want to put the values into, but it's not having it. The title of my dropdown list is Cause if that helps. Hi, @gmaxey, I was asking about the very first code on this thread (I'm sorry if I didn't place my question correctly).

Range("A" & i)) 'or, for example, to add the contents of column B to the content control's 'value': 'Active Document. You can do that just by saving it as a template (once you've made the code change but before you've made any selections or other edits that you don't want to appear in every new version of this document). Update Drop Down) so that it will only run on demand (e.g. I've tried using it in Word 2010 but I get the following error on running the macro: Run-time error '6189': This property can only be used with dropdown list or combo box content controls.

Visible = False ' Open the workbook Set xl Wk Bk = . Open(File Name:=Str Wk Bk Nm, Read Only:=True, Add To MRU:=False) ' Process the workbook. Worksheets(Str Wk Sht Nm) ' Find the last-used row in column A. Content Controls(1) How could I adapt this so that all my dropdown lists are updated, rather than call them individually, I call them all as a group or collective? Warning: If you don't call the Randomize function before calling the Rnd function, the Rnd function may return the same random number value each time.And therefore, you may not get a truly random number. I have selected my Drop Down List Content Control in Word that I want to put the values into, but it's not having it. The title of my dropdown list is Cause if that helps. Hi, @gmaxey, I was asking about the very first code on this thread (I'm sorry if I didn't place my question correctly). Range("A" & i)) 'or, for example, to add the contents of column B to the content control's 'value': 'Active Document. You can do that just by saving it as a template (once you've made the code change but before you've made any selections or other edits that you don't want to appear in every new version of this document). Update Drop Down) so that it will only run on demand (e.g. I've tried using it in Word 2010 but I get the following error on running the macro: Run-time error '6189': This property can only be used with dropdown list or combo box content controls.To tell you the truth, I had never worked with PDF forms up to that time, so it was a good opportunity to learn something new.