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How do I format my Excel VBA MsgBox text ?

Posted on 2014-11-12
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Dear Experts,

is it possible to format the text in a MsgBox object. For example:

1. Centre the text in the box.
2. Apply font attributes to the text.
3. Insert a small image file (such as a .png logo) inside the box

Thanks in advance
Toco
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how can manipulate the msgbox easily with the free add-in for customising msgboxes  

to download free add-in refer to http://www.h3.dion.ne.jp/~sakatsu/ktMsgBox_Series_English.htm
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You could also set up a User Form to include the necessary message text, option buttons and graphics.

Thanks
Rob H
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Thanks for both useful suggestions. I will try both ideas. Have split the points.
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