VBA – Yes No Message Box (Msgbox)
Yes No Message Box in VBA
Here is code to present the user with a Yes/No Message box and have the ability to run code based on the response.
It works by setting a variable equal to the message box response and evaluating the variable with an IF…THEN statement.
The code is commented in locations for changing the message text displayed, where to place code for a Yes response, and No response.
To retrieve a user inputted string, see my post about the InputBox.
Dim Answer As String
Dim MyNote As String
'Place your text here
MyNote = "Do you agree?"
Answer = MsgBox(MyNote, vbQuestion + vbYesNo, "???")
If Answer = vbNo Then
'Code for No button Press
MsgBox "You pressed NO!"
'Code for Yes button Press
MsgBox "You pressed Yes!"
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