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prompt user with dropdown list in Excel VBA to select a month (January, February, etc.) assign value to a variable for use elsewhere in the code... thanks.
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I believe you can only do this by creating a form sheet within your workbook.

from code you can open the form  UserForm1.Show

http://www.excel-vba-easy.com/vba-userform-excel-vba.html
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