How to use a Command Button to change a specified cell value in Excel?
If you want to change a specified cell value with clicking on a Command Button in Excel, you can try the methods in this article.
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Supposing you want to change value in cell A1 with adding 1, change value in cell A1 which equals to E1 plus 1, or make value in cell A1 equals to E1 after clicking the Command Button. Please do as follows to solve these problems.
1. Insert a Command Button by clicking Developer > Insert > Command Button (ActiveX Control). See screenshot:
2. Right click the Command Button, then click View Code from the context menu. See screenshot:
3. Then the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window pops up. Please replace the original code with the following VBA scripts as you need:
VBA 1: Changing value in cell A1 with adding 1
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Range("A1").Value = Range("A1").Value + 1 End Sub
VBA 2: Changing value in cell A1 which equals to E1 plus 1
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Range("A1").Value = Range("E1").Value + 1 End Sub
VBA 3: Making value in cell A1 equals to E1
Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() Range("A1").Value = Range("E1").Value End Sub
Note: In the code, CommandButton1 is the name of command button you have inserted just now.
4. Then press the Alt + Q keys simultaneously to close the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.
5. Click the Command Button to change the specified cell value to your requirements.
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