Using GoSub globally in excel vba?

I actively use GoSub to call up a section of code that is repeated. I was wondering if I could use the GoSub globally, the same way that a variable can be used within all modules? Anyone know how to do that?
tiehazeAsked:
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dqmqCommented:
No, but you can write a sub procedure that can be called from anywhere.  The main disadvantage (or advantage, depending on your mindset) is that the subroutine has the same scope as the calling statement and therefore, access to all the callers variables.  The sub-routine, on the other hand, has it's own scope and cannot access variables that are private to the caller unless they are passed by reference as arguments.
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tiehazeAuthor Commented:
So what do I do :)
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dqmqCommented:
For example, add to the top of your module:

Public Sub PopupMessage (YourMessage as string)
'this is a trivial subroutine to popup a message. Replace with your re-usable code and a more suitable name.
   msgbox (YourMessage)
End Sub

Then from somewhere else:
Call PopupMessage ("Hello World")
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Jeroen RosinkSoftware testing consultantCommented:
What you could do is creating an Add-in which contains your macro.
You could call this macro to use the lines:

Call YourMacro()

or to pass a variable value with it you could use it like:
Call YourMacro(YourValue)

for some info about creating an add-in:
http://www.exceltip.com/show_tip/Cells,_Ranges,_Rows,_and_Columns_in_VBA/Create_an_addin_in_Excel_97,_2000,_2002_using_VBA_in_Microsoft_Excel/495.html

I hope this works for you
regards,
Jeroen
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