Pause VBA Code For User InteractionOct 27, 2008
I have a situation where I have an msg box pop up that asks the user to identify whether or not the file they have chosen meets the standards needed to continue running the macro. Specifically, I need them to answer "Yes" if the file has a list of data in the first column, if there are no blanks in that list and if the first row of data begins on Row 4. If they answer yes, the macro continues ahead and does what it needs to. If the person selects "no," another input box pops up that asks the user to make the edits. This msg box asks the user to click "ok" when they have made those edits. I want the macro to pause after the person has selected "no" from the first msg box, so that the person can make those corrections. Then, I want the macro to resume when the user selects "OK" on the second msg box. How might I do this? I have included the piece of my code below.
strresponse2 = MsgBox("Please confirm that the file you have selected meets the following standards:" & vbNewLine & "1. The information in the first column of this file is all of the job titles or job codes associated with this profile." & vbNewLine & "2. From the first job code or title to the last, there are no blank rows in this first column of data." & vbNewLine & "3. The first job title or code appears on Row 4, Column 1." & vbNewLine & "If the file you selected meets these standards, select Yes. If the file you selected does not meet these requirements, select No.", vbYesNo, "Yes/No")
If strresponse = 6 Then
If strresponse = 7 Then
strresponse2 = MsgBox("Please make the necessary edits to this file. When you are done, select OK to continue generating your job profile.", vbOKOnly, "OK")
If strresponse = 0 Then