Loop Through Spreadsheet Option Buttons
What This VBA Code Does
Use can use this loop to figure out which one of your Option Buttons is selected on a worksheet.
Form Controls Only:
Sub LoopThroughOptionButtons() 'PURPOSE: Cycle through each Option Button (Form Control) on the ActiveWorksheet 'and determine which button was selected 'SOURCE: www.TheSpreadsheetGuru.com Dim Button As OptionButton 'Loop through each option button For Each Button In ActiveSheet.OptionButtons If Button.Value = 1 Then MsgBox Button.Name & " was selected!" Exit Sub End If Next Button End Sub
ActiveX Controls Only:
Sub LoopThroughOptionButtons() 'PURPOSE: Cycle through each Option Button (ActiveX Control) on the ActiveWorksheet 'and determine which button was selected 'SOURCE: www.TheSpreadsheetGuru.com Dim obj As Object 'Loop through each option button For Each obj In ActiveSheet.OLEObjects If TypeName(obj.Object) = "OptionButton" Then If obj.Object.Value = True Then MsgBox obj.Object.Caption & " was selected!" Exit Sub End If End If Next obj End Sub
Using VBA Code Found On The Internet
Now that you’ve found some VBA code that could potentially solve your Excel automation problem, what do you do with it? If you don’t necessarily want to learn how to code VBA and are just looking for the fastest way to implement this code into your spreadsheet, I wrote an article (with video) that explains how to get the VBA code you’ve found running on your spreadsheet.
Getting Started Automating Excel
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