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Validation Rule Expression for Upper Case?

Validation Rule Expression for Upper Case?

Validation Rule Expression for Upper Case?

Hi, all!  My first post and, I hope, a very simple question:

What should the ValidationRule expression be for a table field (text) that I want to limit to all-uppercase letters (well, it can include a combo of letters and numbers, but the letters should be all-uppercase)?

Loving the forum and eagerly awaiting the solution,

RE: Validation Rule Expression for Upper Case?

Hi there,

this is a little tricky; you don't need a validation rule, but just a "format" of the table field, just enter ">" in the table's design for the specified field and all characters will be uppercase for the field

the kid

RE: Validation Rule Expression for Upper Case?

Jeez, I used to know that!  I think I've forgotten it several times, in fact.

Thanks very much, karatekid!
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