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Using Modules

A module contains procedures, data and type declarations, and definitions. Your VBA project does not need to include a module, but there are advantages to doing so. By creating a module, you can include multiple UserForms in your project and you can also run your project as a macro from the Tools menu in progeCAD or by using the VBARUN command.

To insert and use a module

  1. From the Insert menu in VBA, click Module.
  2. In the Properties window, type a name for your module. (You can also accept the default name Module1, Module2, etc.)
  3. Create code in the Code window just as you would for your controls. Module-level code generally contains just the general statements and macro assignments, as shown in the following code:

Public myVariable as Double

Sub anyMacro ()

      UserForm1.Show

End Sub

Adding Controls to a UserForm

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