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Access VBA Macros | Messages and variables exercise | Asking user for two numbers - displaying product
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Open your existing module called modVariableCode.
Create a new procedure in this called MultiplyTwoNumbers which asks your user to type in two numbers, on successive input boxes:
What the two input boxes might look like
Your procedure should then join together various bits of text to display the product of the two numbers typed in:
What the answer might look like
You will need 3 integer variables: one to hold each of the first two numbers, and one to hold the answer.
Test your macro, then save and close the module.