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Input box cancel button to stop macro?

Input box cancel button to stop macro?

Input box cancel button to stop macro?

How do I program the Cancel button on an input box to stop the macro that the input box is a part of. Below I have two input boxes, and I'd like the macro to stop anytime the cancel buttin is pressed.

sess0.screen.moveto 21,3
msgtext = "Input the Audit Case Number"
strCaseNumber=InputBox$(msgtext) 'assigns a value to strCaseNumber
sess0.screen.sendkeys strCaseNumber
sess0.screen.sendkeys ("<enter>")
Sess0.Screen.WaitHostQuiet (g_HostSettleTime)
msgtext = "Input the DATE as DDMMYY"
strDate=InputBox$(msgtext) 'assigns a value to strDate
sess0.screen.moveto 07,02
Sess0.Screen.Sendkeys "COMPLETD"

' sess0.screen.moveto 07,40
Sess0.Screen.Sendkeys strDate

System.TimeoutValue = OldSystemTimeout
End Sub

RE: Input box cancel button to stop macro?

Do I have to create my own dialog box to use the cancel button?

RE: Input box cancel button to stop macro?

hi DustoBOE,

the dialog box would be the way to go.

on the flip side, can you perhaps a value for strCaseNumber. if it's blank, then exit sub.

RE: Input box cancel button to stop macro?

I'm going to try that with a few upgrades now, Remy988. That is an excellent suggestion.

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