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Posted on 2007-12-02
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My version of visual basic 6 does not compile programs, so in order to do so I had to transfer the code into visual basic 2005.  Among other code problems, a message box I have at the start of a form will not disappear when the user clicks 'ok'.  Is this a common problem from transferring code?  How do I fix this?
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 200 total points
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Keruri,

That's not necessarily a problem with the conversion, but the code itself. To hide the message box, you could try and put Application.DoEvents() after showing the msgbox.

Wayne
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