Updating last data entered in excel

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The problem with using the default data entry method is it’s easy to lose sight of your target. The form sits on top of your Excel spreadsheet and allows you to enter up to 32 fields per record. Using the form, I can enter data faster and when I tab to the end of the form, I can hit Enter to start another record.

I can also navigate through the records using the controls on the right side.

We can update Excel worksheet records with User Form using appropriately coded command buttons.

You can update the format of a cell, but sometimes it won’t automatically refresh with the new formatting.

This stubbornness usually happens when choosing a custom number format.

The VBA code to add, find, navigate, update and delete records through userform worksheet interactions is given below: Dim currentrow As Long Private Sub cmd Add_Click() Dim lastrow As Long lastrow = Sheets(“Sheet1”).

Text For currentrow = 2 To lastrow If Cells(currentrow, 1).

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