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Chapter 14. Custom Dialog Boxes

As we have seen, Excel’s built-in dialogs offer very restricted communication with the user. Fortunately, Excel makes it possible to create custom dialog boxes that allow much more flexible communication. Custom dialog boxes are also called forms or UserForms . Our intention here is to present an introduction to the subject, which will provide a good jumping-off point for further study.

Generally speaking, most Excel applications will require only very simple forms. For example, we may want to display a form with a text box for text input, a list box to allow user selection, or some option buttons to select from several choices. Of course, we will want some command buttons to allow the user to execute procedures.


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