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Specifying Location for a Message Box in Excel

There are a few different ways to specify the location for a message box in Excel. One way is to use the Message Box function. This function takes two arguments, the first being the text you want to display in the message box, and the second being the title of the message box. You can also specify an optional third argument, which is the type of buttons that you want to display in the message box. The Message Box function will return a value that corresponds to the button that was clicked by the user.

Another way to specify the location for a message box is to use the InputBox function. This function takes three arguments, the first being the prompt text that you want to display in the message box, the second being the title of the message box, and the third being the default value that should be entered in the text box. The InputBox function will return the value that was entered by the user.

You can also use VBA to display a message box. To do this, you can use either the MsgBox function or the InputBox function. These functions work in a similar way to their counterparts in Excel, but they allow you to specify additional options, such as which buttons to display and which icon to display. You can also use VBA to create your own custom message boxes.

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