VBA Invalid Procedure Call Or Argument Error (Error 5)

As Microsoft says, an Invalid Procedure Call Or Argument (Error 5) occurs when you have a specified value that is out of the range of the argument or you are using a procedure that is not available in the current Excel platform. The error could be one of these problems that can cause by different reasons.

For example, you are using a VBA function SIN in the code. Now while specifying the value for the argument you go out of the range of numbers then VBA generates this error.

Or lets you have written a code in the Window version of Excel and when you try to run the same code in the Macintosh version you get the Error 5 Invalid Procedure Call or Argument because the procedure you are trying to run is not valid.

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