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I have a form that i am using that I would like to update at certain points in the code.

I have the screenupdating set to false but it seems that this is keeping the userform from refreshing as well.

As well is the nine text labels we have three labels that will indicate the fields that will be mandatory.

These labels simply have an asterisk inside of them that is formatted to a larger font size and colored red.

Here are nine labels that you will need to add to the Userform for now.

You will notice that spaces are allowed between the words in the labels and that you are able to change the font size and colour and style to suit your taste.

For our project we want to change the name of the userform from Userform1 to a name that will help us to understand the userform and its purpose. When working in VBA you should use a naming convention that is consistent.

In the properties box name the userform frm Tax_Receipt (no spaces allowed) and add a caption My Tax Receipts (spaces are allowed here) Here is a sample of the naming convention that is commonly used.

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Note: In the properties box you are able to select the way that the properties for any control in our userform are formatted and behave.

From the ribbon on your Excel spreadsheet choose Formulas/Name Manager/New then add the name below and the formula to create three dynamic named ranges. When you click inside the userform you should see a dotted border around it.

When this occurs the properties dialog box will display the userform properties.

Place the curser over the controls to reveal the name of the control.

If you need to use controls that are not in the toolbox then right click inside of the toolbox and choose Addition Controls. As you scroll down you will see some controls have an (x) in the box on the left hand side. To add additional controls add an (x) in the box and click OK.

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