Excel Enable Grayed Out Form Controls – 004 VBAExpress Forums Challenge of the Week

Hey Guys! How are you doing? Welcome to Excel TV. Are you waiting for this week’s Excel Challenge? Yo! Excel Author Jordan Goldmeier is also ready with some good and interesting challenge. But, stay there! Before going forward, let us have a look at the previous episode’s challenge.

Last Week’s Challenge

Last week Jordan shared a snapshot of his quick access toolbar which has icons and you were asked to name each of them. Remember that? I think, it’s yes from you. So, did you get them right? Let us look at correct answer for that.

Correct Answer From Last Week’s Challenge

As it is not possible to explain each icon here (I mean in text: D), Jordan explained named each of the icon in the video. Please check out the video below, to know name of each icon.

The winner of last week’s challenge is Bryan from Cincinnati, Ohio. Congratulations!

You received 12 months paid membership Mynda Treacy Dashboard Course. Keep going buddy!

How To Enable Grayed Out Form Controls in Excel

What do you do when you want to insert form controls? You will just follow the path as Developer tab > Controls group > Insert and you now you could see Form Controls dropdown. Here, you could see three controls are grayed out. Jordan highlighted them in the video below.

Now, the question is how can we enable them?

Hurry Up To Answer

This is really an interesting challenge. Go ahead and comment your answer in Excel TV blog post or Facebook. You can even leave your answer in the comments section below. Come On!



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