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masked textbox with decimals

Posted on 2014-07-22
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When I format the mask property of a masked textbox to the following 0.00, the decimal is automatically populated in the textbox when you run the code.

How to I prevent this and allow the user to enter the decimal manually?
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Question by:Jedidia
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by:Randy Poole
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format it as #.##
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by:Jedidia
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Yea...but the decimal still shows up automatically.
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Randy Poole earned 250 total points
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that it will, you may want to use a normal textbox and format it accordingly after it looses focus
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