Advanced VBA | FileDialogs exercise | Customising file dialog with multiple select

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Software ==> Advanced VBA  (33 exercises)
Version ==> Any MS Office versions
Topic ==> FileDialogs  (2 exercises)
Level ==> Average difficulty
Subject ==> VBA training
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Create a macro which allows you to choose several files at the same time:

Advanced VBA exercise - FileDialogs (image 1)

Your macro could display a dialog box like this

When you select a few files, your macro should then list them out in the immediate window:

Advanced VBA exercise - FileDialogs (image 2)

The result from running the macro

Save the file containing your macros with a suitable name, then close it down.

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