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3. With the cursor in the word MsgBox, press the F1 key on the keyboard. If VBA Help is installed, you will see the help topic shown in Figure 2.3.

Figure 2.3

IfVBA Help has been installed, you will get this screen.

Figure 2.3

IfVBA Help has been installed, you will get this screen.

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If instead you get a message saying that VBA Help is not installed, you have to find the original CDs (or get your network administrator to grant rights to the installation folder) so that you can install the VBA Help file. Go through the process of doing a reinstall. During reinstall, select the custom install and be sure to select the VBA help files.

Using Help Topics

If you request help on a function or method, the help walks you through the various arguments available to you. On line 2 of each topic are three possible hyperlinks: See Also, Example, and Specifics. The Example hyperlink is a great resource. Click on Example and you are taken to a help window with a code sample (see Figure 2.4).

Figure 2.4

Most help topics have an example.

Figure 2.4

Most help topics have an example.

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