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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES
Exercise: Using MSGBOX to ask whether to show answer
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Create a new workbook, and type 42 into cell A1 and press Enter. This is the answer.
Select a different cell on a different sheet.
Create a macro which will take you to the answer IF you want to see it. Your macro should first create a variable and then use the MsgBox function to ask whether you want to see the answer:
Note that by default we have made sure that the second (NO) button is the one selected
You will probably find the courseware manual section on the MsgBox function useful for this exercise.
Your macro should now select the answer on the correct worksheet if your user chooses Yes, or display the following message otherwise:
This is included just so something happens in either eventuality
Save this workbook as Example of Continue Question, then close it down.