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CR .Net and formating

Posted on 2004-10-27
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I have a CR .Net (WinForms) with a currency field.

The format of the field in the database is set to currency (MS Access) and i tried to set the format in CR to currency (using right click, format) but it still doesnt show the $?? How do i set this?

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How do i get rid of the "tool tip" things that show up when i hover over a bound field or parameter field.

Say i have a parameter "title" its shows up something like ?title (string)

Thanks!

Dave
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1. In the Format Editor, have you selected the "Display currency symbol" checkbox?
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hmm... not too sure.

I dont have VS on me at the moment, ill have to look when i get home.  From memory the only thing i did was rigth click, select the tab selected the format i wanted from the list.  Didnt notice anything else....

Ill get back to you tonight, first one looks good though!

Thanks!

Dave
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there is a checkbox to the right of the format for the currency symbol
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ill trust ya!

Cheers!

Dave
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