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Pop-Up Dialog Box via OnChange event in CRM 4.0

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I need to pop a dialog box using the OnChange event in CRM.  This dialog box would simply be a reminder telling the user that they need to do something if the check this bit field.

What script would I need to use in order to do this?
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You should be able to do this with the alert function.  Put the function below (substituting your own text) in the OnChange event for the bit field.  Remember that if the bit field is a checkbox, then the OnChange event will not fire until after the user tabs off of the field.
alert("You checked this field.  You need to remember to do something.");

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