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How to change prompt button with other in MsgBox VB Function

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I have a problem when I developed database application with End User, cause I was wrote my application before
to bussy for me to change every command line using MsgBox (VB Function).  Like as we now the MsgBox Function just have "OK","Cancel","Abort","Retry","Ignore" button.  But I want to change this button with foreign
Lenguage such as understood by end user who confuse with other lenguage.   For additional info.
I'm a know base programming in Visual FoxPro too.  Knowledge  with API Function Call in Win32API but a little.
How to change this standard msgbox button such as above with other prompt?
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These standard button text will change to corresponding languages automatically with different foreign language editions of Windows. If you want to change them in English Windows, you can't use MsgBox. Rather, you have to create a dialog box with similar appearence and different text on buttons.
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