Message Box (MsgBox) Postion X/Y
Or would I have to create a form of my own to act as the Message Box
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I can't get my head around what to look for on this issue.
I want a display of Report Choices and which ever is clicked will be acted on.
For one report, simple MsgBox yes/no but 2 or three reports? to stack the message boxes would be painful to the operator.
How do you have a box appear that has multi choices?
Should have paid more attention to the lecturer 10 years ago!
I have a 850 page text book but of course, what to look for. MsgBox doesn't cover Options such as this
To keep the Keyboard to floor interface and ID Ten T errors at a minimum I am using a message box to confirm a deletion selection. Is there anyway or is it possible to change the font, color and cause some words to flicker in the message box
I need to create a pop-up text box that requires me to display the data of a certain field.
for example, I have a form that allows me to update these particulars:
and after manually typing in the details, I would have to click on a command button that creates this pop-up msgbox that displays "hello, (name)! you live at (address)."
i've applied the macro msgbox function. however I was stuck for a long time at the message part! how can I put name and address field into the actual pop-up box
I want to fix the button postion . means on scrolling button should not move only form shouls be move
If IsNull(txtID) Then
MsgBox "Please enter Customer's ID"
If DLookup("ID", "tblA", txtID) > 0 Then
MsgBox " Customer ID already exists" & vbNewLine & " " & vbNewLine & "A duplicate record cannot be created"
The code accurately premits the duplication of the record but the message continues to show even when the ID is changed to something else. Is there anyway the form can be 'reset' to clear everything out? After the message box appears and ok is selected the old data still appears on the form. I'll adjust the ID to something else but the message still appears.
What I want to do is have a printout of the Msgbox sent automatically to the printers when it pops up.
I have created an instance of Word, open a new doc, populate key fields in the Doc (i.e. Cust Name, Order#)
What I would like to do is print the text of the message box without having to retype the message for each product ( I have quite a few and some are lengthy)