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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

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Using the CancelError Property

Question:
You said there's an example in the VB help file on use of the CancelError = true property. Where is it? In my app, I can get VB to generate the message, but I can't do anything with it. Thanks.

Answer:
The CancelError property is a property of the common dialog. Whenever it is set, and the user presses the Cancel button, you will get a trappable error (#32765, I think -- the constant is CDERR_CANCEL, located in CONSTANT.TXT). Set up an error handler in the routine with On Error Goto

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