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Creating interactive macros

Creating interactive macros: Excel 2016: Macros in Depth
Creating interactive macros: Excel 2016: Macros in Depth

You can add VBA code to a macro to make it interactive - ask the user for input and then, depending on the entry, take one action or another. To prompt a user as to which worksheet a macro is to jump to, use VBA code like this: Sheet=InputBox("Type Sheet Name") and then Worksheets(Sheet).Activate

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Business Spreadsheets Excel Microsoft Office Office 365

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