Create user-defined functions (UDF) in Excel (VBA and VB6) | Free code
Here you can download free code to create your own functions (UDF) in Excel with custom descriptions, a user-defined function (UDF) can be placed in an existing or a new category of functions.
You can create your own function in Excel with VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) to overcome problems with built-in functions that not are sufficient or to create more customized functions to resolve issues that you intend to solve in a more flexible way.
It is quite easy to create custom user-defined functions in Excel, you only need to create a module and then add a function with or without parameters. A function returns a value as opposed to a subroutine (Sub) that do not return any value.
If you create your own functions, you could save your workbook as an Excel add-in in order to share the functions that you have created. If you do this then it might be a good thing to attach a text file to describe how the function should be used because it is difficult to add a description for parameters and a help text in Excel 2007 or earlier versions.
In this template with free code to create your own functions (UDF) in Excel, we have created a general description for them and placed our user-defined functions in a separate category. In order to view the VBA code, you must activate the "Analysis Tool Pack - VBA" add-in and possibly also activate the menu tab "Developer".
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