question on InputBoxes (SOLVED)

kskinne

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Is there a way to make an InputBox fill in with default information, but give the user the option to overwrite this information with different input? Thanks in advance,

Kevin
This message was edited by kskinne on 2002-10-29 10:00
 

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Matt

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Kevin

Yes, if you put 2 commas after the prompt, you can then insert a default value as per example

answer = InputBox("Are you sure?", , "Yes")

cheers

Matt
 

kskinne

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works great, thank you
 

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