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  1. Taking the idea from @Melba23's (btw, thanks ) ExtMsgBox and also making use of his StringSize UDF, I made a extended version of the InputBox function. From the README file: This UDF creates input boxes (just like native InputBox), but with multiple inputs. You can also set some inputs to be password-style, set the default texts for some of the edits and even set the label of the OK/cancel buttons. How to use _ExtInputBox($sTitle, $sTexts [ , $sDefaults = Null [ , $sPasswords = Null [ , $sBtnLabels = "OK|Cancel" [ , $iWidth = -1 [ , $iLeft = -1 [ , $iTop = -
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