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Old September 4th 08, 10:03 AM posted to microsoft.public.excel.programming
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The position of a Inputbox can be specified (Left & Top), yet I don't get
this with the MsgBox. Am I missing something? Sometimes the MsgBox cover an
area that's essential not to be covered.
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See:

http://groups.google.com/group/micro...c6d98b98fb7aca

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"Hennie Neuhoff" wrote:

The position of a Inputbox can be specified (Left & Top), yet I don't get
this with the MsgBox. Am I missing something? Sometimes the MsgBox cover an
area that's essential not to be covered.
Tks very much
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HJN

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Hi,

I wait to be corrected but don't believe you can specify a message box
position. Educate your users to drag it out of the way or use an inputbox.

Mike

"Hennie Neuhoff" wrote:

The position of a Inputbox can be specified (Left & Top), yet I don't get
this with the MsgBox. Am I missing something? Sometimes the MsgBox cover an
area that's essential not to be covered.
Tks very much
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HJN

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It is a lot easier to create your own message box via a UserForm, if you want
to custom position it.

"Hennie Neuhoff" wrote:

The position of a Inputbox can be specified (Left & Top), yet I don't get
this with the MsgBox. Am I missing something? Sometimes the MsgBox cover an
area that's essential not to be covered.
Tks very much
--
HJN



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