If you want to get any information from the user you can use the INPUTBOX-function.
This function displays a dialogbox that lets the user fill inn anything and returns the content as a string.
Sometimes you want to decide what the user is supposed to fill in, instead of accepting any information. That’s when you use the INPUTBOX-method :
Sub DecideUserInput() Dim bText As String, bNumber As Integer ' here is the INPUTBOX-function : bText = InputBox("Insert in a text", "This accepts any input") ' here is the INPUTBOX-method : bNumber = Application.InputBox("Insert a number", "This accepts numbers only", 1) MsgBox "You have inserted :" & Chr(13) & _ bText & Chr(13) & bNumber, , "Result from INPUT-boxes" End Sub
The INPUTBOX-method has a third argument, Type, that decides what the user is allowed to insert in the INPUTBOX-dialog.
Type can be one of the following :
Accepted input: 0 A formula 1 A number 2 Text 4 A logical value (True or False) 8 A cell reference, e.g. a Range-object 16 An error value, e.g. #N/A 64 An array of values
When we run the macro we will get to see the following input boxes:
In this way we can get the result through message box.
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