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    Re: Insert File in Userform (XP)

    What do you mean by CommandBox? Why not just assign the text in the rectangle to the userfrom control?
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    Insert File in Userform (XP)

    When I take a copy of a rectangle object (includes text) within Excel,copy it to the "Paint" program and insert it to a CommandButton of the Userform: the text is slightly blurred.

    Is there a way to maintain the clarity of the text? Perhaps "Paint" is not the way to go.

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    Re: Insert File in Userform (XP)

    Rory,

    I should have typed "CommandButton" not "CommandBox". I modified my original post.

    In response to your inquiry <<Why not just assign the text in the rectangle to the userfrom control?>>, The object I am trying to insert has a certain graphic effect that can not be replicated within the CommandButton.

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    Re: Insert File in Userform (XP)

    Do you really need fancy graphic effects on a command button? That kind of thing wears thin rather quickly, in my opinion.

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