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The goal is to take these values and input them into rows of a separate worksheet ("Data") such that I can keep things organized and build graphs from. How would I alter your last bit of code here that allows keyboard entries 0 - 9 with a single decimal place, to give me what I need? I have the data logging aspect functioning properly, but I'm having problems validating that the text box entries are numeric for the text box's, and if it is not, prompting the user to go back to the invalid entry and correct it. Here is a different way to do what (I think) you want. Set Focus Unload User Form1 End Sub Thanks for your time! As for your question about checking numbers, here are two functions that I have posted in the past for similar questions..... Value = "" 'Set the data entry focus back to the first Combo Box1 Combo Box1. NOTE: ====== In the above example and in the referenced tip, I refer to $ signs and commas and dots -- these were meant to refer to your currency, thousands separator and decimal point symbols as defined in your local settings -- substitute your local regional symbols for these if appropriate.I'm looking at using a userform for a quality technician to populate with dimensional data from our product. One other question: I'd like to limit the text box numeric values to decimals only (4 decimal places available, but not required)... The userform is made up of multiple text boxes (textbox1 - 6) that I'd like to have ONLY numeric data entered into, and a combobox with a selection of geographical locations. I don't have a particular range, but these measurements will never exceed 1.0". How would I alter your last bit of code here that allows keyboard entries 0 - 9 with a single decimal place, to give me what I need? Note that the worksheet's Is Number function takes the place of some of the code included in my message (which would still work if used in Excel's VBA by the way), but I left it in for completeness. I don't have a particular range, but these measurements will never exceed 1.0". Below is something I have been posting on-and-off for many years now (starting back in my volunteering days for the compiled version of Visual Basic which preceeded my volunteering days for Excel) which explains why I am making this recommendation.

You need to put all of the individual error bar values into a range of the worksheet. One other question: I'd like to limit the text box numeric values to decimals only (4 decimal places available, but not required)... Value Everything works flawlessly, thank you for saving the day! I had a short tip published by Pinnacle Publishing in their Visual Basic Developer magazine that covered some of these flaws. Is Numeric has some "flaws" in what it considers a proper number and what most programmers are looking for. Consider this (also see note below): Most people would not expect THAT to return True.