The attached form looks exactly like the standard input box except that since it is a form you have full control over what you do with it. I've added the following properties to the form.
' frmInputBox.ButtonClicked ' Returns vbOK or vbCancel
' depending on the button clicked
' frmInputBox.Default ' Returns/sets the initial value
' for user input
' frmInputBox.Display ' Show the form modally
' frmInputBox.PasswordProtect ' Returns/sets whether characters
' typed by the user are protected
' by asterisks. (If this is set to True,
' it doesn't make sense to set the Default
' frmInputBox.Prompt ' Set the InputBox Prompt value
' frmInputBox.Title ' Set the InputBox Caption value
frmInputBox.Title = "Value Entry"
frmInputBox.Prompt = "Please enter a value"
If vbCancel = frmInputBox.ButtonClicked Then
MsgBox "You pressed Cancel"