Chapter 13. Getting User Input with Message Boxes and Input Boxes
This chapter shows you how to start adding a user interface to recorded or written code in order to increase the power and functionality of your macros or applications.
You'll learn the three easiest ways of communicating with the user of your code, the two easiest ways of enabling the user to make decisions in a procedure, and the easiest way of soliciting input from the user. Along the way, you'll see how to decide what is the best way to communicate with the user in any given set of circumstances. This will set the scene for starting an examination of more complex interactions with the user via custom dialog boxes, later in the book.
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