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Posted on 2002-04-11
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Hello

  in forload even i am checkin the values in the form if not satisfied then message box will be given and form will be unloaded . so how can i do that?
THanks,
shri
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by:Richie_Simonetti
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you need to manage queryunload event instead, check the required values, show msgbox if you need and set cancel to false to not unload form.
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by:soferstam
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MsgBox "..."
Unload Me
???
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TechJD earned 20 total points
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dim msg as string
if var <> setvalue then
msg = msgbox("your message",0,"title")
unload me
else
end if
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thanks,
shri
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