You know how when you type your password in most programs it’s masked? That’s good. You don’t want your co-workers peering over your shoulder and messing with your eBay account. Well, you can do the same thing in VBA. Specifically, using Textboxes on Userforms. The Textbox control has a PasswordChar property which you can set to any character you’d want, like *.
Now when the user types in the Textbox, the text is masked.
Unfortunately, the InputBox method and function don’t have this property. You have to make a Userform to use it.