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Is there a way to capture multiple user input using InputBox command?

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Hi,

Does anyone now how I can capture multiple user input using the InputBox command.

I need to ask for the User Name and Server Name and at the moment am prompting the user twice (as below) but I want to display 1 box with two Input Boxes on?

$Name = InputBox("User Name Required", "Please supply the Full User Name for " & $file)

$Server = InputBox("User MailServer Required", "Please supply the Server for " & $Name, "", "*")

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Hi,

Does anyone now how I can capture multiple user input using the InputBox command.

I need to ask for the User Name and Server Name and at the moment am prompting the user twice (as below) but I want to display 1 box with two Input Boxes on?

$Name = InputBox("User Name Required", "Please supply the Full User Name for " & $file)

$Server = InputBox("User MailServer Required", "Please supply the Server for " & $Name, "", "*")

Welcome to the forums SBASS :D

It is quite easy to make your own gui with 2 Inputs to do what you want. Have a look in the help for GuiCtrlCreateInput and try the example. It needs very little change to do what you want.


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Welcome to the forums SBASS :D

It is quite easy to make your own gui with 2 Inputs to do what you want. Have a look in the help for GuiCtrlCreateInput and try the example. It needs very little change to do what you want.

Thanks Martin - That looks like just what I am looking for! Will have a play with that.

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