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    Modeless MsgBox (Excel 2000)

    I want the user to have an option to change something on a spreadsheet in the middle of a macro.
    I thought I'd simply display a modeless msgbox which the user could click on when ready, but I can't figure out how to do this. Do I have to create my own form?

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    Re: Modeless MsgBox (Excel 2000)

    > Do I have to create my own form?

    Yes, a MsgBox is always modal, and there is no way to change that. You can create a userform that looks like a message box, and open it with the Modal argument set to False:

    UserForm1.Show False

    or set the ShowModal property of the userform to False.

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    Re: Modeless MsgBox (Excel 2000)

    Thanks, Hans.
    I'm always looking for the fastest way!

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