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VB.net Excel Ribbon EditBox Conceal password

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Hi

Is there any way to conceal the password in a Ribbon EditBox?

Maybe something similar to TextBox.PasswordChar Property
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by:CodeCruiser
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I think editbox does not provide this functionality. You will need to use .NET controls.
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by:Murray Brown
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Can you use .NET controls on a ribbon?
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No I think it will have to be a custom form.
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by:Murray Brown
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thanks
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