CALL is a function in Excel that allows you to run a macro or a VBA procedure. It is used to call a procedure that is defined in another module.
The CALL syntax in Excel is:
Where function_name is the name of the function you want to call, and arguments is a comma-separated list of the function's arguments.
CALL is a function in Excel that allows you to call a function in a different sheet. For example, if you have a function in Sheet1 called "Sum," you can use the CALL function in Sheet2 to call the Sum function in Sheet1. To do this, you would type =CALL("Sum","Sheet1") in Sheet2.
There are a few instances in which you should not use the CALL function in Excel. One is if you are trying to call a function that does not exist. Another is if you are trying to call a function with the wrong number of arguments. Additionally, you should not use the CALL function if you are trying to call a function that is already being used by another function.
In Excel, the CALL function is used to call a worksheet function by name. You can use the CALL function to call a worksheet function that is in a different workbook or even in a different application. The syntax for the CALL function is:
CALL(function_name, arg1, arg2, arg3,...)
The function_name is the name of the function that you want to call. The arg1, arg2, arg3, and so on are the arguments that the function requires.