Setting Password Character

Replace 'UltraTextEditor' with the name of the control on the form. For example, I made two textboxes on the Quote form use a "password character" when text is entered.

In the Form_Load function...

txtEpiCustom1.PasswordChar = "*"
txtDrawing.PasswordChar = "X"


txtEpiCustom1 is a textbox I added. Text shows up as '*' as its typed.

txtDrawing is the original textbox where you'd enter the Drawing# for the line item. Text shows up as 'X' as its typed.

Calvin.

--- In vantage@yahoogroups.com, "CarlH" <carl.heeder@...> wrote:
>
> I'm trying to set a character to fill if a field is used as a password.
>
> So far I've got the following but somethings are missing.
>
> Private Sub AbcCodeForm_Load(ByVal sender As object, ByVal args As EventArgs) Handles AbcCodeForm.Load
>
> UltraTextEditor.PasswordChar = "*"
>
> '//
> '// Add Event Handler Code
> '//
> End Sub
>
>
> Help...
>
I'm trying to set a character to fill if a field is used as a password.

So far I've got the following but somethings are missing.

Private Sub AbcCodeForm_Load(ByVal sender As object, ByVal args As EventArgs) Handles AbcCodeForm.Load

UltraTextEditor.PasswordChar = "*"

'//
'// Add Event Handler Code
'//
End Sub


Help...