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Question Changing checkbox state with VBA

Hi

I am looking for a way to change the state of a checkbox from true to false or vice versa without triggering the click event for the checkbox. Does anyone know of a way to do this?

I am using Excel 2000.

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Unless you want to use API calls to intercept the event and stop it here is a simple way.

1) Put an If condition in your Click Event of checkbox with a condition.

i.e.

If CheckBox.Enabled Then
.
Do the event code
.
End If

In the click event of the checkbox add a code to change the criteria:

i.e.

CheckBox.Enabled = False
CheckBox.Value = True 'Event is triggered here
CheckBox.Enabled = True
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