14.3. Linking a Dialog Box to a Procedure
Designing a custom dialog box is only the first step in getting it to work in a procedure. The other step is writing the code to display the dialog box to the user and make it perform its tasks.
Typically, the code for a dialog box consists of the following:
A procedure that displays the dialog box by loading it and using the Show method. Usually, this procedure can be assigned to a Quick Access Toolbar button, or to a shortcut key combination so that the user can invoke it. However, a procedure can also run automatically in response to a system event (such as running at a specified time).
The user form that contains the dialog box and its controls.
The code attached to the user form. This code consists ...
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