Mar 18, 2016 · Sorted by: 13. If TextBox1 is on a sheet named Main, then you can use this: Worksheets ("Main").TextBox1.Value. Better yet, you can give the sheet a CodeName of something like shtMain and then use. shtMain.TextBox1.Value. And finally, you can also get to the textbox through the shapes collection (but the methods above are preferable).... "/>
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Set objSelection = Selection. 'Check selection type. If objSelection.Type = wdSelectionNormal Then. 'Create text box. objSelection.CreateTextBox. 'Declare shape range object to hold the shape range. Dim oShapeRange As ShapeRange. 'Bind reference. Set oShapeRange = objSelection.ShapeRange.