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Access 2010 Entering Percent Value

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Where would I find the Access setting to adjust how a percent value is added on a form?
One user enters 20 in a percent field and gets the value of 20%
Another user enters 20 in the same field of the same form and gets a value of 2000%

The percent field in the form is formated as a percent with auto in the decimal places

Is there a global setting that I've missed?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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in the after update event of the textbox,

private sub text0_afterupdate()

me.text0=me.text0/100

end sub

set the format property of the textbox to "Percent"
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by:dleads
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I am aware of this option, but my question is there a global setting?
Why would one user be able to enter 20 and get 20 and another user enter 20 and get 2000?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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..and, set the field ( control source of the textbox)  Field size property to double or single
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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<Why would one user be able to enter 20 and get 20 and another user enter 20 and get 2000?>

are the two pc in the same location?
are they using the same database?
is your database application split, BE and FE?
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by:dleads
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It is on a terminal server.  Access 2010 is the front end and SQL is the backend.
Each user has to set their Access options individually.  Is there a setting in the options that determines how it handles entries of percents?
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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< Is there a setting in the options that determines how it handles entries of percents?>
i don't think there is such option.(as far as i know)
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by:Jeffrey Coachman
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<Access 2010 is the front end and SQL is the backend.
Each user has to set their Access options individually....Each user has to set their Access options individually>
That does not directly answer his question...

Does each use having their own copy of the font end installed of their local machine?
(Not "sharing" the  front end)
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Apparently there is a setting on the local machines that control the way you enter percents.
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My questiion was not answered.
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dleads,

could you elaborate, which setting on the local machines was altered ?
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