IN THIS CHAPTER
Understanding each type of dialog box control
Changing each control’s properties
Manipulating dialog box controls in your UserForm object
A user responds to a custom dialog box (also known as a UserForm) by using the various controls (buttons, edit boxes, option buttons, and so on) that the dialog box contains. Your VBA code then makes use of these responses to determine which actions to take. You have quite a few controls at your disposal, and this chapter tells you about them.
If you worked through the hands-on example in Chapter 16, you already have some experience with UserForm controls. This chapter fills in some of the gaps.
In this section, you explore how to add controls to a UserForm, give them meaningful names, and adjust some of their properties.