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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Mar 5, 1999

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Easy Confirmation

Sometimes you want to give your users the chance to confirm that they wish to proceed with the closure of a form. Instead of using a MsgBox function and a Select Case statement, put this code in the Form_Unload event:

 
Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel as Integer)
	Cancel = (MsgBox("Quit now?", vbOKCancel Or _
		vbQuestion, "Confirmation Demo") = vbCancel)
End Sub

Behind the Exit button and the Exit menu option, put a simple Unload Me. Whenever users choos to exit, they will be asked to confirm their action.

Rae MacLeman
 
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