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Calling Functions and Sub Procedures
     Sub Master()
           SalesData = GetInput("Enter Sales Data")
           If SalesData = False Then Exit Sub
           PostInput SalesData, "B3"
     End Sub

     Function GetInput(Message)
           Data = InputBox(Message)
           If Data = "" Then GetInput = False Else GetInput = Data
     End Function

     Sub PostInput(InputData, Target)
           Range(Target).Value = InputData
     End Sub


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7.Use If and ElseIf to check the parameter
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