Excel - Put command button on sheet & connect to a VB sub

How do I do the title?

I created a vb sub to use the Clean function, I cannot figure out how to run it.

Richard KortsBusiness Owner / Chief DeveloperAsked:
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Just call the sub from the macro menu.

Either from the developer Menu press on the Macro button and choose your macro and press Run
From the View Menu the last item is Macro press on the drop down and Choose Macroes and select your macro from the ones showing and press run

can you post what you did so far and will do it ?
Richard KortsBusiness Owner / Chief DeveloperAuthor Commented:
I figured it out. I was using a normal command button, not an Active X control.

For some unknown reason, you create an Active x command button control & it names it Commandbutton21

There is no Macro; just the attached.

I never could figure out macros in Excel.
Well what do you want to achieve ?? to clear data ?? no need for all this code simply this

Sub Clean()
End Sub

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