acMsgBoxStyle

Member Value Description

vbOKOnly

0

Displays OK button only.

vbOKCancel

1

Displays OK and Cancel buttons.

vbAbortRetryIgnore

2

Displays Abort, Retry, and Ignore buttons.

vbYesNoCancel

3

Displays Yes, No, and Cancel buttons.

vbYesNo

4

Displays Yes and No buttons.

vbRetryCancel

5

Displays Retry and Cancel buttons.

vbCritical

16

Displays Critical Message icon.

vbQuestion

32

Displays Warning Query icon.

vbExclamation

48

Displays Warning Message icon.

vbInformation

64

Displays Information Message icon.

vbDefaultButton1

0

First button is default.

vbDefaultButton2

256

Second button is default.

vbDefaultButton3

512

Third button is default.

vbApplicationModal

0

Application is modal. The user must respond to the message box before continuing work in the current application.

bnSystemModal

4096

System is modal. All applications are suspended until the user responds to the message box.

vbMsgBoxSetForeground

65536

Specifies the message box window as the foreground window.

vbMsgBoxRight

524288

Text is right-aligned.

vbMsgBoxRtlReading

1048576

Specifies text should appear as right-to-left reading on Hebrew and Arabic systems.

More than one of the options can be chosen, add numbers together to combine them.

When adding numbers to create a final value for the Buttons argument, use only one number from each group.

Example

vbOKCancel + vbExclamation

“An honest tale speeds best being plainly told” ~ William Shakespeare (Richard III)

Related:

InputBox - Prompt for user input.
MsgBox - Display a message in a dialogue box.


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