1 Reply Latest reply: Dec 10, 2010 3:48 AM by Martin Pohl RSS

    Is there a way to may the Popup on a macro so that it is always on top?

      When I call a macro and show the return messsage, sometimes the popup comes up behind the browser window. Does anyone know if there is a property on the pop up window in the macro that I can set so that it cannot go behind the browser?

        • Is there a way to may the Popup on a macro so that it is always on top?
          Martin Pohl

          Hello Tom,

          try this

          sub box
          msgbox "test",65536

          end sub

           

          here are the possible values, for combination add them.

          Settings


          The MsgBoxStyle enumeration values are listed in the following table.

          MemberValueDescription

          OKOnly

          0

          Displays OK button only.

          OKCancel

          1

          Displays OK and Cancel buttons.

          AbortRetryIgnore

          2

          Displays Abort, Retry, and Ignore buttons.

          YesNoCancel

          3

          Displays Yes, No, and Cancel buttons.

          YesNo

          4

          Displays Yes and No buttons.

          RetryCancel

          5

          Displays Retry and Cancel buttons.

          Critical

          16

          Displays Critical Message icon.

          Question

          32

          Displays Warning Query icon.

          Exclamation

          48

          Displays Warning Message icon.

          Information

          64

          Displays Information Message icon.

          DefaultButton1

          0

          First button is default.

          DefaultButton2

          256

          Second button is default.

          DefaultButton3

          512

          Third button is default.

           

           

           

          SystemModal

          4096

          System is modal. All applications are suspended until the user responds to the message box.

          MsgBoxSetForeground

          65536

          Specifies the message box window as the foreground window.

          MsgBoxRight

          524288

          Text is right-aligned.