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Changing the Font and Colour of Text in a msgbox

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Is is possible to make certain words in a msgbox bold, italic blue, red etc?
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Unfortunately it is not; unless you want to use a third party control - or substitute a form (as a popup) instead of message boxes
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Hi the simple answer is not ..have a look at MBox function
http://www.users.cloud9.net/~dfurman/code.htm

Good Luck
Gary
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