Custom Dialog Box Basics

In This Chapter

^ Finding out when to use custom dialog boxes ^ Understanding UserForm objects ^ Displaying a custom dialog box

^ Creating a custom dialog box that works with a useful macro custom dialog box is useful if your VBA macro needs to get information from a user. For example, your macro may have some options that can be specified in a custom dialog box. If only a few pieces of information are required (for example, a Yes/No answer or a text string), the techniques I describe in Chapter 15 may do the job. But if you need to obtain more information, you must create a custom dialog box. In this chapter, you find out what essential skills you need to create and work with custom dialog boxes.

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