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Old 11-03-2010, 07:27 AM   #4
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Re: Run Yes/No MessageBox from MACRO

Thank you Junkie

I have 2010, I followed your instructions starting with an IF action, everything went nice and dandy.

May I ask you: It's interesting to me, in CheckBoxes I know that "Yes"/"No" stand for "0"/"1" or "-1"/"0",
From your example I learnt that in the MessageBox "Yes" stands for "6", not "0" or "1" or "-1" as assummed.

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