Re: User Form Input mask
- From: "Chip Pearson" <chip@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 19 Jan 2007 19:52:52 -0600
That control, while usable within Excel, is installed as part of Access. If
the user doesn't have Access, the control won't be available.
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"John Bundy" <jmbundy@xxxxxxxxx(remove)> wrote in message
I'm not sure which versions have it but my Excel 03 does, right-click on
userform toolbox and select additional controls. Scroll down to Microsoft
Masked Edit Control. Check the box beside it and it will now be in your
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Is there a way to apply an input mask to a user form textbox (similar to
what is available in Access)?
Essentially I want to control the users input into a date field so that
entry is always in dd-mm-yy format.
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