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How to display custom message box when user update document panel in sharepoint 2010

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Hii All experts,
 i have sharepoint 2010 and one documnet library and i made event receiver. user need some validation for some columns so in item updating event i did compare old and new value and i display custom page with error. it works fine. but when they open documnet in word 2007 and when they update documnet panel that time that custom page not display, it got some upload fail error. so user can confuse..

So i want to display some custom error message box when they update documnet panel in word 2007? i think i need to write custom code in infopath. but i have no idea.

Thank you so much..
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Here is a link with a complete example of what you need: http://johanolivier.blogspot.com/2010/01/sharepoint-custom-action-execute-code.html
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Hi,
 i want to display custom message box or validation in documnet panel ( infopath form) not in listview forms. This example will not help me.
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