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I have a yes/no msgbox - I want different actions to happen dependant on the click of yes or no - how do I go about this ?
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Assuming you are using VBA

If Msgbox("Message",vbQuestion+vbYesNo,"Title bar") = vbYes Then
  'Yes click actions
Else
  'No click actions
End IF
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when you call msgbox, the returned value is the button that was clicked:

if msgbox("do you want such and such?", vbyesno) = vbyes then
  ' user clicked yes: do yes stuff
else
  ' user clicked no: do no stuff
end if


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tie! ... well, anyway, we seem to agree...! ;-)
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