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Subject:Re: MS WORD MACRO From:"W. Michaels" <stinky5 -at- TELEPORT -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 14 Jul 1995 11:00:21 -0700
Dee wrote about some WordBasic code:
>If Len(InstallationDlg.Comment$) > 155 Then
>MsgBox "Please edit your comments for length. You have more than the
>permissible 155 characters."
>Goto WiederHolen 'goes back to reentry point before dialog box
Rather than Goto WiederHolen (the beginning), display your UserDialog again
at this point, within the IfThen statement. User input should remain.
Btw, the Word 6.0 list discusses WordBasic macros a lot more than this list.
Try them too!
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