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Input mask to captitalize first letter

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I want to automatically capitalize the first letter of a text box.  I can't seem to get the mask correct.  Do you have to manipulate via VB?
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You can try this one as a mask in the fields property:
 ">?<??????????". Use as many "?" you need in the tail.

Hope this will do it!

OddEH
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