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Module: MessageBox in Category General VBA/VB6 : Application Techniques from Total Visual SourceBook

Routines for simplifying the use of the built-in MsgBox function in VBA and VB6.

Use these rather than calling the MsgBox command directly.

Procedure List

Procedure Name

Type

Description

(Declarations) Declarations Declarations and private variables for the modMessageBox module
MsgBoxCritical Procedure Displays a message box with the critical (stop) icon and Ok/Cancel buttons. If you specify a blank string ("") for the strTitle argument, the application name is used as the message box title. This application title is usually the name of the VBA host program, such as "Microsoft Access" but can be set to another value.
MsgBoxInfo Procedure Displays a message box with the information icon and OK button. If you specify a blank string ("") for the strTitle argument, the application name is used as the message box title. This application title is usually the name of the VBA host program, such as "Microsoft Access" but can be set to another value.
MsgBoxQuestion Procedure Beeps and displays a message box with the warning query icon and Yes/No buttons. If you specify a blank string ("") for the strTitle argument, the application name is used as the message box title. This application title is usually the name of the VBA host program, such as "Microsoft Access" but can be set to another value.
MsgBoxWarning Procedure Beeps and displays a message box with the warning icon and Yes/No buttons. If you specify a blank string ("") for the strTitle argument, the application name is used as the message box title. This application title is usually the name of the VBA host program, such as "Microsoft Access" but can be set to another value.

Example Code for Using Module: MessageBox

' Example of modMessageBox
'
' To use this example, create a new module and paste this code into it.
' Then run the procedures by putting the cursor in the procedure and pressing:
'    F5 to run it, or
'    F8 to step through it line-by-line (see the Debug menu for more options)

Private Sub Example_modMessageBox()
  ' Comments: Examples of using the modMessageBox module to simplify the use of the built-in MsgBox function in VBA and VB6.

  Debug.Print "MsgBoxCritical returned: " & MsgBoxCritical("This is a critical message", "MsgBoxCritical")

  MsgBoxInfo "This is an informational message", "MsgBoxInfo"

  Debug.Print "MsgBoxQuestion returned: " & MsgBoxQuestion("This is a question. Will you pick an answer?", "MsgBoxQuestion")

  Debug.Print "MsgBoxWarning returned: " & MsgBoxWarning("This is a warning message", "MsgBoxWarning")
End Sub

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