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ValidationExpression for a MaskedEditExtender

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What is the ValidationExpression for a MaskedEditExtender that uses only letters (A-Z), numbers (0-9), a dash, a space, or an apostrophe?  This is for a webpage that is being built in Visual Basic.net using Visual Studio 2010.

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