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    How can I give a messagebox an absolute position on my screen by using a macro?
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    If you don't mind displaying a input box along with your message you could use InputBox instead (it allows positioning arguments).

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    On 2002-03-10 10:42, Matanuska wrote:
    If you don't mind displaying a input box along with your message you could use InputBox instead (it allows positioning arguments).
    Sorry,not "messagebox" but I mean a form (toolbar Data Form)

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    I haven't used them a lot. BUT, I do know that Userforms (What replaced dialogs in 97) have a Top and Left property, that control the position of the userform.
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    Juan Pablo González
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