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Old 09-22-2019, 12:39 AM   #13
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Re: MessageBox

Yes it does.
I tried out arnelgp's logic. If you put that as the first line in the macro in the condition column, then if you answer No the macros do not run.

You have the option of Else in you Access version as well.

You need to expose the Condtions column in the Macro Wizard.

In my case all I used in the Conditions column was
Code:
Msgbox("do you want to update?", 36)=6
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Originally Posted by GoodyGoody View Post
I know I can do it in VBA but from the answers above there doesn't appear to be a MACRO expression to do this. MessageBox definitely doesn't. All the examples are VBA code but I was looking for the lazy MACRO alternative. Hey ho, VBA it is. Thanks,
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