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VBScript: label woes in dialog box window... :S

When I use MsgBox() in my ASP code, written out as VBScript code, then my
dialog window box appears with the title prefixed with "vbscript:". So if
the title of the dialog window was suppose to be "Save changes", it looks
like "vbscript: Save changes". Is there any way to not display the
"vbscript:" label?

Jan 17 '06 #1
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AFAIK likely not no for safety reasons (i.e. one may want to know that is a
VBScript Window and not some local application window before answering).

As a side note, JavaScript is most often used client side...

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When I use MsgBox() in my ASP code, written out as VBScript code, then my
dialog window box appears with the title prefixed with "vbscript:". So if
the title of the dialog window was suppose to be "Save changes", it looks
like "vbscript: Save changes". Is there any way to not display the
"vbscript:" label?

Jan 17 '06 #2

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