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OBJECTIVES

This lesson will examine how to incorporate dialog boxes into your programs. Dialog boxes are used to display information to the user and to get information from the user. In VB there are three types of dialog boxes: Predefined, Custom and Common.

DIALOG BOXES

1.  What is the difference between the MsgBox statement and the 
MsgBox() function?

2.  What does the following statement do?

    MsgBox "File is missing!", MB_OK, "ERROR"

3.  What does the following code do?

    If MsgBox ("Exit the program?", MB_YESNO, "DEMO")= ID_YES
                      > Then
         End
    Endif

4.  What does the following code do?

    UserName = InputBox ("Enter your name:", "Demo")
    If UserName<>" " Then
        MsgBox "Hello "+Username
    Endif

5.  Assume that you designed a custom dialog box called frmMyDialog.
What does the following sentence do?

    frmMyDialog.Show 1

6.  Assume that you designed a custom dialog box called frmMyDialog. 
What does the following statement do?

    frmMyDialog.Hide

7.  Assume that you have a common dialog custom control called CMDialog1.
What does the following statement do?
     
    CMDialog1.Action = 2


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