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Hi I'm using Visual C# 2008 and was wondering how to use the MessageBox Icons listed in the MessageBox Functions.
I tried "MessageBox.Show("Export Canceled", MB_ICONERROR);" but it's undefined.
How can I use them as simple as possible?
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Try:
MessageBox.Show("Export Canceled", "Error", MessageBoxButtons.OK,  MessageBoxIcon.Error);
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Thanks,exactly what I was looking for.
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