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IE StatusBar Messages using Visual Basic .NET Web Forms

I'm creating a web-based application that has many different forms for data
entry. I basically want to use the exisiting Internet Explorer status bar to
provide the user messages that verify that a record has been saved. Is there
a way to do that in Visual Basic .NET without having to create a save button
click event that basically writes out JavaScript? I know I could use a
custom validator or a validation summary to do this, but I just think that
the Status Bar is a better interface for what I want to do. Please let me
know if you have any suggestions. Thanks!
Jul 21 '05 #1
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