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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Aug 8, 1997

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Blanks in the Masked Edit Control

The Microsoft Masked Edit control only allows input that matches the mask. Similarly, you can only set the Text property to a string that matches the mask. If you have a mask for a phone number that only allows numbers (#), you cannot set the text to blanks. An easy way to set the text to blank is with this code:

 
vTemp = mskPhone.Mask
mskPhone.Mask = ""
mskPhone.Text = ""
mskPhone.Mask = vTemp




Removing the mask allows you to set the text to any appropriate string. Restore the mask afterwards. I use this code in the validation event of a data control when adding a new record.

Scott Wallace
 
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