How to Format MaskedTextBox Control

Posted on 2007-11-13
Last Modified: 2013-11-26
Good Day:

I am using VS.NET 2005 Windows.Forms.MaskedTextBox Control.  I would like to format my MaskedTextBox control to display data as 99,000 or 9,000.  Unfortunately when I have a value of 9992 it gets displayed as 99,9200 using the format ##,###  It works when I use the format #,### but i need to have the format flexible for values of 99,000 or 9,000.

Any Suggestions?
Question by:DeniseGoodheart
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ID: 20275636
Hello Denise,

Have you tried "#0,000" ?

Author Comment

ID: 20275936
Hi jpaulino:

Yes I've tried all sorts of combinations; including the one you suggested with no success.

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ID: 20276033
Why don't you use an regular textbox and set the format on leave event ?

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ID: 20290696
Hi Jpaulino:

I finally gave up trying to use the mask control, and added labels and used the format function.

Thank You,

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