Password on clicking button

Hi,

I have a button where users can click it, it runs a sub and it clears some data onto a log, i want to run a password through that so that only certain users can clear the log,

how can i run a password through?

thanks
Seamus2626Asked:
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Glenn RayExcel VBA DeveloperCommented:
You can just add an input box to your code that prompts for and checks against a defined password:
...
    pword = Application.InputBox("Enter password to clear log", "PASSWORD REQUIRED")
    If pword = "PASSWORD" Then
        'statements that clear the log
    End If
...

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-Glenn
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Andrew VelascoOperational Account Management & Data AnalystCommented:
Hello,

You could make a userform with a textbox.  In the textbox properties, change the PasswordChar value to "*", making the password text not readable to others.  (Make sure to include a "Submit" and "Cancel" button.  Then when the user clicks the button have it call the userform, enter the password, hide the userform and reference the password text box:
Public strPassword as String

ButtonPressedSub()
     MyUserForm.Show
     strPassword = MyUserForm.PasswordTextBox.Value

     If strPassword = "YourPassWord" Then
          Your Code
     End If
End Sub

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More on UserForms http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/gg264663(v=office.15).aspx
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Seamus2626Author Commented:
Thanks guys!
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