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looking for examples of vba code of multiple choice questions test - written in word 2003
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Hi dkub,

Your question is ambiguous - are you looking for multiple choice questions about vba, or for vba coding related to multiple choice questions? I think you'll be able to find some of both if you do web searches for 'vba quiz' and 'vba exam'
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