VBA Public Variable – Use a Variable in Multiple Modules or Subs
It seems logical that there should be a way to assign a variable in one module and have access to it from another. The trick is to declare it as Public outside of a sub or function.
To use a variable in more than the current sub or module, you must set it’s scope to Public, and declare it outside of any sub or function.
This means at the top of the module (after option explicit if you use this) declare the variable there. To declare the variable as Public just replace the usual word Dim with Public.
You only need to declare Public variables once. Here’s what your possible Public declaration could look like:
Public MyVariable as Integer
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