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View Full Version : Solved: how to detect when the mouse leaves a control on a userform. I have an image ctl on a userform, and I'm trying to detect when the mouse leaves the image ctl. I'm already using the image ctl mousemove events for something else and that's working well, so I thought I could use the userform mousemove events to give me what I wanted.
But it turns out that these both use the same X and Y names and they interfere with each other.
There are no mouse clicks involved. Looking for suggestions.
How to trap a LEFT click mouse event in Excel VBA?
Use a frame instead of an image control. UserForm1 with Label1 and Frame1. X, PT. Top, image. Top, or image. Tom, thanks for the response. And I'm really out of my depth here with API calls so please excuse the uninformed questions, but when the form is running it takes over my whole machine.
I can scroll but not much else. I can't type, and can't even manually run the procedure to hide the form.
Move and Click your Mouse with a VBA Macro
So, is that the expected behavior? And if that can be overcome, would it be possible to modify the code, since I'm only interested in the frame exit, so that the form doesn't start up until the mouse enters the frame with my image ctl inside it.
We could use the existing image ctl mousemove events to trigger the start up of the form running the frame. And then when the mouse exits the frame your code changes the label text as now and then shuts the form down until the next mouse entry. What do you think? The only thing is, when the mouse is inside the frame and your form is running, it has to leave the image ctl responsive to mouse clicks, which right now it doesn't do.
Thanks, Mike but I tried that and ran into the problem that the image ctl mousemove events stopped working when the userform mousemove events started streaming.
Replace it with a frame seeing that the frame can render pictures as well as an image control. I don't understand Please summarize the behavior you are expecting. Maybe attach an example. Well, the reason I'm using both the image ctl as well as the frame is firstly that the frame is tying several textboxes together as well as containing the image ctl.
So here's a summary of the desired behavior. Before the mouse enters the frame there's nothing going on except a static picture, and the label shows msg1. Then the mouse enters the frame and the label starts to read out it's x-y location as provided by the mousemove events of the image ctl.
There are some mouse clicks on the picture s and then the mouse leaves the frame and the label goes back to msg1. All of this is working great except for detecting the final leaving of the frame. Currently I'm simulating this by detecting the mouse crossing a thin few pixel wide strip around the border of the picture where it should never be except on it's way out of the frame, but this only works half-assed because if the mouse crosses this strip too quickly then the mousemove events don't have time to pick it up and the label continues to show the last coordinates instead of switching back to msg1.
So it isn't the actual mouse crossing of the frame border that's important, but only the fact that the mouse is no longer in the frame.Did you know you could control your mouse with a VBA macro? Among other things, the user32 library user Keep reading to find out how you can use mouse controls to create hands-free MS Paint art.
It's full of shortcuts, tips and pre-built macros to make writing VBA easier. Looks like a big city, eh? The beauty of this macro is that the heights of the buildings are random. Each time you run the macro, your skyline will be different. Remember to paste the following code at the top of your module before trying these examples:. The SetCursorPos line positions your mouse cursor relative to the top left of your screen position 0, 0. For example, SetCursorPos 25, moves your mouse 25 pixels from the left of your screen and pixels down from the top of your screen.
The left-click down and left-click up buttons are independent. However, if you want to left-click without the hold, paste the following subroutine into your VBA editor and call it Call LeftClick from a different subroutine:.
Like the left-click, the right mouse down and mouse up clicks are independent. To control your mouse on a bit machine, modify the two Public Declare statements as follows:. The Sleep line delays your code for the number of milliseconds you declare. For example, Sleep will pause your code for 5 seconds. Without the Sleep command, your computer may not register your mouse clicks or mouse movements. In other words, Sleep makes your mouse control macros more reliable.
One way to do this is to use vba to maximize your window. Want to earn a high score on that computer game you like so much? Automate it! I also use mouse controls to automate many of my routine tasks at my nuclear engineering job.
A while back, I wrote a macro to open and fill out my timesheet. I just press a button and watch my computer do my work.
I started learning VBA mouse controls by painting squares. We put over tips and macro examples in them so they include everything you need to know to become a better VBA programmer. This article teaches you how to programmatically control your mouse with VBA.
Instead of controlling your mouse manually, would you like to record your mouse and have your recording instantly converted to a VBA macro?
I made an Excel add-in for that. Check out Mouse to Macro - it'll save you hours of programming!
But creating dimensions over and over is tedious. Each one generally consists of an arrow, 2 lines, and a text box with the dimension value. If you know how to do the following in Excel, that would work too and I will work to figure the PPT equivalent later. In a PowerPoint slide, while in design mode i. I believe I can handle all of the coding with the exception step 2, which is why I am here.
I am having much trouble finding a starting point. Specifically, I need help with how to listen for a LMC. In words, what envision is the following:.Excel VBA: The Little-known secrets of ByVal and ByRef
But I don't have the knowledge to code the While Listening part. I need a nudge in the right direction. I have also found this SO post where the only answer seemed to imply that this was not possible without going to great lengths AND the code was possible detrimental to the file itself: How to record mouse clicks in Excel VBA?
I have no problem going to great lengths and putting in the work, but not if the resulting code has a high likelihood of doing damage as the post seems to suggest. Also, the OP was downvoted with no explanation, maybe someone can tell me why so I don't make the same mistake. You can accomplish what you are looking to do by doing the following the bottom part may be the most helpful to you : First, Declare the following:.
All you need to do is change the cursor position to the coordinates on the screen. This will tell you the coordinates of your current mouse location. Learn more. Asked 5 years, 3 months ago. Active 5 years, 3 months ago.
Viewed 7k times. Some Background: The quick background is that I am in the research stages of building an add-in for PowerPoint. Here is where I need some help. Saladsamurai Saladsamurai 1 1 gold badge 5 5 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. Active Oldest Votes. JGoldz75 JGoldz75 37 11 11 bronze badges. Thank you for taking the time to do that; I was not expecting so much, so fast.
I will need to review and research these functions a little bit before accepting, but it looks the "big idea" that I was missing was that I should have gone outside of VBA and into the user Another possible approach: have the user draw or select an arrow or one of the other connector lines that PPT offers natively, then press the start button to launch the dialog box where they enter the dimension information.Forums New posts Search forums.
Mouse events in VBA. Thread starter Darril Start date Nov 15, Darril New Member. Joined Nov 15, Messages Hi all I wish to write my own digitizing program where I paste a scanned graph into an Excel worksheet and then use mouse events like Mousmove and Mousedown get the coordinates of any point on the scanned image. Please can somebody supply a simple example in VBA showing me how obtain the coordinates of the mouse cursor.
Some videos you may like. Excel Facts. Round to nearest half hour? Click here to reveal answer. Joined Feb 8, Messages 11, Can you post the url again? Joined Feb 19, Messages 7, Joined Feb 10, Messages 11, Darril said:.
If you use Tom's code: Note, you will need to hit: Ctrl-Break to exit the code! Or you can add back-door code: this sample will stop the Sub from running and return control to your sheet if you enter anything into Cell: A3. It also shows you how to limit the point range of operation, if needed. If lngCurPos. Select End myStop: End Sub.Forums New posts Search forums. What's new New posts New Excel articles Latest activity.
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Print RUrl. Item 0. Print TableRowCollection. Item a. Some videos you may like. Excel Facts.Occur when the user clicks a mouse button. MouseDown occurs when the user presses the mouse button; MouseUp occurs when the user releases the mouse button. For a MultiPagethe MouseDown event occurs when the user presses a mouse button over the control. For a TabStripthe index argument identifies the tab where the user clicked.
An index of -1 indicates the user did not click a tab. For example, if there are no tabs in the upper-right corner of the control, clicking in the upper-right corner sets the index to For a form, the user can generate MouseDown and MouseUp events by pressing and releasing a mouse button in a blank area, record selector, or scroll bar on the form.
MouseDown or MouseUp event procedures specify actions that occur when a mouse button is pressed or released. MouseDown and MouseUp events enable you to distinguish between the left, right, and middle mouse buttons.
If a mouse button is pressed while the pointer is over a form or control, that object "captures" the mouse and receives all mouse events up to and including the last MouseUp event. This implies that the XY mouse-pointer coordinates returned by a mouse event may not always be within the boundaries of the object that receives them.
If mouse buttons are pressed in succession, the object that captures the mouse receives all successive mouse events until all buttons are released. Have questions or feedback about Office VBA or this documentation?
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Contents Exit focus mode. A valid object. The index of the page or tab in a MultiPage or TabStrip with the specified event. Button Required. An integer value that identifies which mouse button caused the event. Shift Required. X, Y Required. The horizontal or vertical position, in points, from the left or top edge of the form, Frameor Page. Remarks For a MultiPagethe MouseDown event occurs when the user presses a mouse button over the control. Is this page helpful?
I've tried everything I can think of including right clicking on the chart and doing the "Assign Macro" bit.
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The sub is never triggered. The current state of the workbook is here. I'm going to mark this one answered. I haven't got it solved but I've found a source of information I'm reasonably certain will solve it - but I have to reorganize my app to put it to work. There's a lot I didn't realize I didn't know.
The source is Pearson Software Consulting Here. Learn more. How to get raw mouse events in Excel Ask Question. Asked 7 years, 10 months ago. Active 7 years, 10 months ago. Viewed 2k times. All the drawing stuff works and I'm able to draw lines and place text on the chart. The current state of the workbook is here Any help would be very much appreciated. Marc Thibault Marc Thibault 1, 1 1 gold badge 12 12 silver badges 13 13 bronze badges.
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