The quickest way to execute this procedure is by doing so directly from the VBA module in which you defined it. Follow these steps:
1. Activate the VBE and select the VBA module that contains the procedure.
2. Move the cursor anywhere in the procedure's code
3. Press F5 (or choose RunORun Sub/UserForm).
4. Respond to the input box and click OK.
The procedure displays the cube root of the number you entered.
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( ¡¡¡J| J the procedure. If the procedure contains one or more arguments, the only \UBy way to execute it is to call it from another procedure — which must supply the argument(s).
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