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Proper Names

Proper Names

Proper Names

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I want to be able to enter names (alpha) in any case, either all lower or all upper. How do i use vbProperCase to accomplish this?

RE: Proper Names

vbPropercase converts only the first letter of an item to upper case
vbUppercase converts to all upper case
vbLowercase converts to all Lower case
syntax
Text1 = strconv(mydata,vbUppercase)
PS
to get help type in a word in hte design view say vbPropercase
double click it to highlite the word
then Press F1 for help on it
it will work on almost anything.

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