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When you need a #user-friendly data #input process, create an #Excel #UserForm. Users who are unfamiliar with Excel will find these forms much easier to #navigate than a #sheet. Besides ease of use, they're great tools for restricting choices. In this article, I'll show you how to create a UserForm object, add controls to it, and then use Visual Basic for Applications (#VBA) to link the controls to a sheet. You can work with your own data or #download the #example .xls or .xlsm file.
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