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Calling a function in Excel VBA

In this Excel VBA tutorial, you are going to learn how to create and call a VBA function in Excel. Excel provides the user with a large collection of ready-made functions. These functions are usually more than enough to satisfy the average user’s requirements.

If these functions aren’t enough, or if a user is looking for a new function, many more of these functions can be added to Excel by installing the various add-ins that are available.

Most calculations can be achieved with what is provided. However, sometimes you are doing a tedious task, and before long you find yourself wishing that there was a function that did a particular job, and you can’t find anything suitable in the list. That’s when you need a UDF, or a “user-tailored” function.

A UDF (User Defined Function) is simply a function that a user creates for him or herself with VBA. UDFs are often called “Custom Functions”. A UDF can be simple or very complex; depending on the user.

To use a VBA function, you must first create it. Follow these steps to create a VBA function and call it:

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How to Create Vba Function in Excel

Excel offers a large number of built-in functions that you can use to perform many different tasks easily and quickly. But at least once, you might have felt that the built-in functions provided by Excel are not enough for you to perform some complicated task.

In such cases, you will have to write your own functions, and this is done using VBA. VBA stands for Visual Basic for Applications. Moreover, whenever you have to use a block of code repeatedly, it is advisable to create a function so that you can reuse the code easily.

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