Change error message in datagrid vb6

I have a datagrid that connect to my sql relational database.  When I pull up the table on my datagrid, if I try to delete a row that has a foreign key I get the error message

"the delete statement conflicted with the reference constraint.....the conflict occurred in database...."

How can I change this error message when someone is trying to unsuccessfully delete a row to something else such as:

"This row cannot be deleted since there are hours already for this user"
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p_sieCommented:
You could use the DataGrid Error Event: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa260544(v=vs.60).aspx
You can catch the dataerror-number, display your own messagebox and then set the response to zero, so that the standard error message does not show
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