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How to Run Code from a Module in Excel VBA?

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  • Last Updated : 21 Mar, 2022

VBA Macro is for developers. In Excel, macro is a piece of code written in VBA and VBA is Microsoft’s programming language, it stands for Visual Basic for Applications. The module is a file with a .bcf extension that stores the code written in the Visual Basic for Applications editor. Let’s learn, how to run a code from a module in excel VBA. 

Run a code from the Module in Excel VBA

Step 1: Go to Developer Tab, under the code section you will find Visual basic. Now click on Visual Basic


Step 2: Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications(VBA) dialogue box appears. In the Menu bar, go to Insert Tab, and click on Module.


Step 3: A Module named Module1 is created under the VBA project. 


Step 4: Write the code you want to run in Microsoft excel. For example, a message box will appear stating “Learning geeks for geeks”. 


Step 5: In the Tools bar. Click on the run button. You can also press F4(Fn + f4) on your keyboard to run the module code. 


Step 6: The code pauses and the Microsoft VBA editor minimizes and a message box appears in the MS Excel worksheet. Click Ok. The code resumes and the Microsoft VBA editor maximizes again. 


Scope of Module in VBA 

The scope of the module in VBA is workbook level. You can use the written modules in different worksheets. You have created a module named module1 in shee1 above. A sub-procedure named geeksforgeeks() is also created. We will use this procedure to check the scope of a module in VBA. Following are the steps: 

Step 1: Click on the plus and a new worksheet named sheet2 is created. 


Step 2: Go to the Developer tab, and click on Macros


Step 3: A dialogue box named Macro appears. In the macro name, you will find a procedure name geeksforgeeks(). This was the procedure that we wrote in sheet1 of this workbook. This proved that the scope of the module is workbook level. Select it, and click on Run


Step 4: The code written in the module1 sub procedure gets executed. A dialogue box appears. 


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