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How to validate multiple text in the TextBox control

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi I need help with validation of multiple control words in the TextBox.
I have this simple code, which validates the user into the TextBox wrote:

If Slide5.TextBox4.Value = "Prague" Then
Slide5.TextBox4.BackColor = &HC0FFC0
Else:
Slide5.TextBox4.BackColor = &HC0C0FF
End If


I want the textbox the words "Prague" also recognized and inserted the word "Prag", ie. If the user writes, "Prague" or "Prag", then change the color: .BackColor = &HC0FFC0
Thanks in advance for your help.
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If Slide5.TextBox4.Value = "Prague" OR Slide5.TextBox4.Value = "Prag" Then
Slide5.TextBox4.BackColor = &HC0FFC0
Else:
Slide5.TextBox4.BackColor = &HC0C0FF
End If
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If Slide5.TextBox4.Value = "Prague" or Slide5.TextBox4.Value = "Prag"Then
Slide5.TextBox4.BackColor = &HC0FFC0
Else:
Slide5.TextBox4.BackColor = &HC0C0FF
End If
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by:Chris Bottomley
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Snap ... ish!

Chris
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by:Thomas_Meyer
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Thanks, it was so easy!
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