The VBA RND function is listed under the math category of VBA functions. When you use it in a VBA code, **it generates a random number** that is greater than or equals to zero and lower than or equal to 1. In simple words, it returns a random number between 0 to 1. It works like the RAND function in the worksheet.

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## Syntax

**Rnd([Number])**

## Arguments

**[Number]**: An optional numeric argument where you can specify [This is an optional argument and if omitted VBA takes >0 by default]:- <0 to get the same random number on each call, using [Number] as the seed number.
- =0 to get the most recently generated random number.
- >0 to get the next random number in the sequence.

## Example

To practically understand how to use VBA RND function, you need to go through the below example where we have written a vba code by using it:

```
Sub example_RND()
Range("A1").Value = Rnd()
Range("A2").Value = Rnd()
Range("A3").Value = Rnd()
End Sub
```

In the above code, we have used RND to get random numbers in the A1, A2, and A3. And if we re-run this it will return the different numbers in all three cells.

## Related Functions

ABS | ATN | COS | EXP | FIX | INT | LOG | ROUND | SGN | SIN | SQR | TAN