|26 Aug 2012||#1|
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Help adding a timer sequence to vbs message box (Windows 7)
I currently am trying to learn how to program message boxes using vbs.
At the moment I am having trouble trying to add a timer to the code so that when the written amount of time expires a message box will open.
My current code:
X=MsgBox("Test Message Box",4,"Test")
If X=7 Then
If X=6 Then
I want to try to add a timer which would transition "A=MsgBox("Box A",0,"Test")"
to "B=MsgBox("Box B",0,"Test")" in 1 second. I searched google for possible solutions but the codes suggested were much different from the message box codes I have.
Also, if possible, is there a way to remove the buttons (such as "OK") from the message box?
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