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How do I set a goalseek value via an input box using vba macro

How do I set a goalseek value via an input box using vba macro

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= Range("J22").GoalSeek Goal:=myNum = Application.InputBox("Enter a number"), ChangingCell:=Range("C5")
The input box will fire up but will not use the input value as the value in the goal seek calc.

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