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How to change default error description...vb6

Posted on 2004-09-21
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From a popup vb form, user previews a worksheet.  While still in preview, without closing the preview screen, the user clicks on another worksheet which brings up the following message:

error title:  Component Request Pending
erro Desc: An action cannot be completed because a component (Microsoft Excel-
                File1.xls) is not responding.  Choose "Switch to" to activate the
                component and correct the problem.

                [Switch To...]      [  Retry  ]       [  Cancel    ]

I want to either intercept and replace this message with a more user friendly message or close the worksheet presently in preview mode.

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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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Thank you  Erick.

Mike
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