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erase the data in a textbox ?

erase the data in a textbox ?

erase the data in a textbox ?

(OP)
whats the code to check a textbox to see if text has been
erased by a key down , drag thru to hilite and punch delete
Thanks

RE: erase the data in a textbox ?

Hmmm

There's probably a clever way to do this (Alt255's the clever one) but you could always just save the contents of the text box and then, when the user has finished with it, compare the current contents of the text box with yor saved copy.

Do you need to specifically trap when the user has deleted the text box all in one go?

-ml

Mike Lacey
Mike_Lacey@Cargill.Com
Cargill's Corporate Web Site

RE: erase the data in a textbox ?

If you initialize the text box with one space, you can use the text change event to see if the text box length is changed to zero.

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