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After you install the add-in, you will have new Category in Excel's Native "Insert Function" dialog box. Custom Excel Functions Add-In is a Shareware software in the category Business developed by Dave Hawley.
Custom Excel Functions Add-In requires any Windows operating system to be running on the computer it will be installed on.Into the empty module type: Function Area and press ENTER.The Visual Basic Editor completes the line for you and adds an End Function line as if you were creating a subroutine. Place your cursor between the brackets after "Area".If you ever wondered what the brackets are for, you are about to find out!Custom Excel Functions Add-In has not been rated by our users yet.Excel provides the user with a large collection of ready-made functions, more than enough to satisfy the average user.
Many more can be added by installing the various add-ins that are available.
Most calculations can be achieved with what is provided, but it isn't long before you find yourself wishing that there was a function that did a particular job, and you can't find anything suitable in the list. A UDF (User Defined Function) is simply a function that you create yourself with VBA. A UDF can remain in a code module attached to a workbook, in which case it will always be available when that workbook is open.
Alternatively you can create your own add-in containing one or more functions that you can install into Excel just like a commercial add-in. Often UDFs are created by developers to work solely within the code of a VBA procedure and the user is never aware of their existence. The concept is very simple so you can concentrate on the technique.
Like any function, the UDF can be as simple or as complex as you want. Suppose you need a function to calculate the area of a rectangle.
You look through Excel's collection of functions, but there isn't one suitable.
This is the calculation to be done: AREA = LENGTH x WIDTH Open a new workbook and then open the Visual Basic Editor (Tools Module.