MsgBoxStyle Enumeration

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The MsgBoxStyle enumeration is used by the MsgBox function in the Interaction module to indicate the look and behavior of the message box. The values in the MsgBoxStyle enumeration are flags, and one flag from each group can be combined.

Button Flags

 OKOnly = 0 

The OK button should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbOKOnly .

 OKCancel = 1 

The OK and Cancel buttons should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbOKCancel .

 AbortRetryIgnore = 2 

The Abort, Retry, and Ignore buttons should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbAbortRetryIgnore .

 YesNoCancel = 3 

The Yes, No, and Cancel buttons should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbYesNoCancel .

 YesNo = 4 

The Yes and No buttons should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbYesNo .

 RetryCancel = 5 

The Retry and Cancel buttons should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbRetryCancel .

Icon Flags

 Critical = 16 

The Critical icon should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbCritical .

 Question = 32 

The Question icon should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbQuestion .

 Exclamation = 48 

The Exclamation icon should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbExclamation .

 Information = 64 

The Information icon should be shown. Constant equivalent: vbInformation .

Default Button Flags

 DefaultButton1 = 0 

The first button should be the default button. Constant equivalent: vbDefaultButton1 .

 DefaultButton2 = 256 

The second button should be the default button. Constant equivalent: vbDefaultButton2 .

 DefaultButton3 = 512 

The third button should be the default button. Constant equivalent: vbDefaultButton3 .

Message Box Behavior Flags

 ApplicationModal = 0 

The message box should be application modal. Constant equivalent: vbApplicationModal .

 SystemModal = 4096 

The message box should be system modal. Constant equivalent: vbSystemModal .

Miscellaneous Flags

 MsgBoxHelp = 16384 

The message box should have a Help button. Constant equivalent: vbMsgBoxHelp .

 MsgBoxRight = 524288 

The message box text should be right justified. Constant equivalent: vbMsgBoxRight .

 MsgBoxRtlReading = 1048576 

The message box text is right-to-left on Hebrew and Arabic systems. Constant equivalent: vbMsgBoxRtlReading .

 MsgBoxSetForeground = 65536 

The message box should be the foreground window. Constant equivalent: vbSetForeground .

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The Visual Basic .NET Programming Language
The Visual Basic .NET Programming Language
ISBN: 0321169514
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 173
Authors: Paul Vick

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