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Microsoft Excel 2003 Visual Basic for Applications

Microsoft Excel 2003 Visual Basic for Applications

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User-defined forms are created by adding controls to a worksheet, chart sheet or user defined form. Buttons, text boxes, list boxes
and check boxes are all examples of controls. It is even possible to use controls from outside of Excel. These type of controls can
be especially written and are known as ActiveX controls.
The simplest way to create a form is to place controls directly onto a worksheet so that they are near to relevant cells and those cells
recalculate automatically. This is particularly useful if only one control is required.
Forms designed in the Visual Basic Editor can be much more sophisticated.

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