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Processbook: Mode Change check using VBA

Question asked by Andi Hawksley on Dec 18, 2014
Latest reply on Dec 19, 2014 by Steve Boyko

I have some VBA code that causes modifications in the display that don't need to be saved by the typical user.  I am looking for some way to get around the save changes prompt when all a user does is interact with a display in only run mode. In the VBA help there are some topics on ModeChange events such as AfterModeChange and BeforeModeChange.  I tried implementing the example for the events in my VBA project but I'm not sure how I am supposed to use it.  Essentially I just need the code to flip a Boolean to true if the build mode was ever entered.