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Tip of the Day
Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 1, 1997

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Fixing a Proper Case Tip

If you use the left arrow key to go back to the beginning of a word and then enter a letter, you get two uppercase letters. Use this code, which takes advantage of the built-in VB4/VB5 StrConv() function, to automatically capitalize words upon entering:
 
Private Sub Text1_Change()
        If Text1.Tag = "" Then
                Text1.Tag = Text1.SelStart
                Text1.Text = StrConv(Text1.Text,        vbProperCase)
                Text1.SelStart = Text1.Tag
                Text1.Tag = ""
        End If
End Sub
Tim McBride
 
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