Color of text in an input box

mlopes1

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How do I use the .font.color property on a message or input box? Or am I going about it in the wrong way? I just want 2 boxes, one that appears when the user makes an error, and another prior to a save, to have its text in red. I am using excel '97.

Thanks as always,

Mark
 

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It sure would be nice to be able to do that, however, MsgBox and InputBox have no properties that you can define. Instead, you will have to create a UserForm that emulates what you are trying to do.
 
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