Input mask validating type consolidating multiple workbooks

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By default, the horizontal text alignment follows the natural alignment of the text, for example text that is read from left to right will be aligned to the left.

The possible alignment values are: Sets an input mask on the Text Field, restricting the allowable text inputs.

The mask shows the general format and gives the user an idea about how they should input the data. XXX), for this we’ll use one of the defined aliases (some examples can be found in jquery.inputmask.file from the plugin) , namely the ) is to give logical addressing for hosts.

You can use this plugin to add a mask for dates, phone numbers, IP addresses, etc. We will use this plugin to make a text field mask look like an IP address (XXX. An IP address provides a hierarchical structure to both uniquely identify a host, and what network that host exists on.

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] [ Passing Multi-item Parameters to STORED PROCEDURES ] [ Solution to non-domain Windows Authentication ] [ Crazy things we do to shrink log files ] [ SQL 2005 Features ] [ Loading Pictures from DB ] MS MVP 2006, 2007, 2008Not sure? I just showed my birthdate field as that's the one I'm having issues with the input mask. Adding the input mask to the birthdate works only when the date is entered initially. What if you set a breakpoint at the top of the READY event? If so then step through and see where it veers off. ] [ Passing Multi-item Parameters to STORED PROCEDURES ] [ Solution to non-domain Windows Authentication ] [ Crazy things we do to shrink log files ] [ SQL 2005 Features ] [ Loading Pictures from DB ] MS MVP 2006, 2007, 2008 If I set that breakpoint at the READY event, no it only breaks when the page first loads.

Setting echo Mode to an appropriate value enables Text Field to be used for a password input field.

In order to do true masking, you would need a plug-in.

Please keep in mind that this is an example and that you may need to make some modifications in order to format the mask you way you would like.

The masked input plugin is from: https://github.com/Robin Herbots/jquery.inputmask On load, the birthdate field has the masked input working properly.

If the form is submitted and validation is failed on that field of other fields in the form: the birthdate field is stripped of it's masked character separators and the masked input is not working anymore.

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