Access 2007 Unbound Text Field Question

Hi everyone,

I have an Unbound Text Box field called Case Number.  The Case Number has maximum characters of 12.  Most  all of the number will be numeric characters, but I will have some alpha characters always on the end such as DL, DS, A, O, and X.  I need for these characters to be UPPER CASE and not LOWER CASE automatically when the user tries to enter them and not Lower Case.   Do you know of a setting that I can do that will make this field automatically take UPPER CASE Letters on the Alpha Characters entered in?

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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
You can set the KeyPreview property of the form to Yes, then use the textboxes KeyPress event as follows:

Private Sub txt_CaseNumber_KeyPress(KeyAscii as Integer)

    KeyAscii = Asc(UCase(Chr$(KeyAscii)))
End Sub

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jjc9809Author Commented:
works good.

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