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msgbox vbyesno

Posted on 2002-05-14
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simple, i have just forgotten.

i want a yes/no msgbox to do the following in my terms

if msgbox = yes then
msgbox "You clicked YES"
else if no
msgbox "You clicked NO"
end if
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Question by:bolox
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hongjun earned 50 total points
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Try this
Dim MsgResult As VbMsgBoxResult

MsgResult = MsgBox("Are you sure", vbApplicationModal + vbInformation + vbYesNo, "Prompt")
' yes is clicked
If MsgResult = vbYes Then
    msgbox "You clicked YES"
Else
    msgbox "You clicked NO"
End If


hongjun
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by:bolox
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thats the one,

very quick also

Ta
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by:vbDoc
ID: 7009277
Here is a shorter version that you might look at.....

' ***********************************************
Select Case MsgBox("Are you sure", vbInformation + vbYesNo + vbDefaultButton1, "Prompt")
    Case vbYes
    Case vbNo
End Select
' ***********************************************

vbDoc
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