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Right Justify maskEdit Box

Posted on 1998-11-19
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I display Currency Values in a MaskEdit Box but it only displays left justifies like this [$120.00    ]
Is there a way I can right justify like this [   $10.00]

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csalves earned 40 total points
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Hi,

You cant have a Right Alignment in MaskEdit Box! (this is infortunatly the Answer)!

What you can do is use this control to input and after then copy the value to a text box in the same position to visualize it aligned to the Right When your text box receive the focus send the control to back and give to the user the possibility of input in your MaskEdit.

Another option is use another contro from sheridan or Apex!

bye,

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Good answer thank you.
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