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Open the workbook in the above folder - with a bit of luck you're now looking at a list of dinosaurs.
Write a macro which displays the following input box:
Create a variable, then use InputBox to set its value.
Extend your macro so that when you type in a dinosaur name, Excel selects the cell containing it (you can assume that you type correctly!). For this you will need to type in a command similar to this:
'find the dinosaur in the worksheet (we don't
'inverted commas because DinosaurName is a variable name)
Extend your macro so that it displays the height of the dinosaur you choose. For example, if you enter Troodon in the input box, you would see:
The height is in the cell offset 6 columns to the right of the dinosaur name.
Save this as Hunting dinosaurs, then close it down.
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