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Prompting for Information

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Last modified: July 28, 2015

Applies to: Word 2013

There are several different ways you can prompt for information from a user.

  • Use the Visual Basic InputBox function to display a dialog box with a message and an edit box. When the user clicks OK, the function returns the text that the user entered.

  • Use the Visual Basic MsgBox function to display a simple message. You can display several different command buttons and icons. This function returns a number that indicates which button was clicked.

  • Use a built-in Microsoft Word dialog box to get user input for a specific Word feature.

  • Use a custom form to get user input. For information about adding controls to a form, see Add a control to a form.

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