print a page on checkbox value

  • Hi Guys,


    I'm a complete novice when it comes to VBA, so I need some help.


    I am trying to work out how to set up a macro (or VBA) in order to print a page and then pull information form the next row down, rinse and repeat.


    The first worksheet I have is for data entry (called Enter Discounts) this has a list that must be manually entered. Also next to each line is a checkbox so I can select whether to print it or not. So I need some thing to check the TRUE/FALSE value, update another worksheet called Ticket with the name from the first worksheet, then print out that worksheet only if the value is TRUE (ie checkbox selected).


    Then it needs to go to the next line and do the same thing.



    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Also posted:
    http://www.vbaexpress.com/foru…292796#post292796</a><br>http://www.ozgrid.com/forum/showthread.php?t=180228


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  • Re: Macro/VBA help


    Could you upload your file so we can see what needs to be done?


    Cheers

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  • Re: print a page on checkbox value


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  • Re: print a page on checkbox value


    Cross-posted here, as well: VBA Express


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  • [SOLVED] Re: print a page on checkbox value


  • Re: print a page on checkbox value


    All VBA code posted in the forum must be wrapped in code tags, which you omitted, including single-line code snippets.
    Please edit your post to add the tags and be sure to use them in future posts.


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