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EXCEL VBA MACROS EXERCISES▼
Excel VBA Macros | Messages and variables exercise | Simple name macro - asks for name, repeats back
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Create a new workbook.
Write a macro which displays two input boxes in succession (you'll also need to create two separate variables to hold the answers). Firstly, to ask your user to type in their name:
So far, so inoffensive
The second input box should ask a bit more personal information about your user:
There is no accounting for taste
Finally, display back to the user the results of their choices:
You can use MsgBox to display the text, and the & symbol to join bits of text together
Save this file as Doubtful taste example, then close it down.