I think this should be fairly easy although I am not sure.  I want to have a message dialog box appear everytime two check boxes are checked at the same time that tells the enduser that by doing this they could be restricting there search.  I have the dialog box however it comes up whether they have one, two, three or however many checkboxes checked.  How can I make this only happen when they have more than one checkbox checked at the same time?  Example would be appricated.  If this is more difficult than 25pts I am open to giving more for a good answer.
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procedure TForm1.Button1Click(Sender: TObject);
var n: integer;
if CheckBox1.checked then Inc(n);
if CheckBox2.checked then Inc(n);
if CheckBox3.checked then Inc(n);
if n>1 then if MessageDlg('Your search is restricted, Continue ?'
  ,mtConfirmation, [mbYes, mbNo], 0) = mrYes then
       // do the search


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aj85Author Commented:
Thank you very much your answer was excellent!  I am increasing your points to 50.

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