quote:Set the Input Mask property to password on the table for the field (if stored in a table) and for the textbox control into which this is entered.
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It is not my intent to be disrespectful but, I believe this is the shortest response I've seen from JÃ¼rgen in the past few weeks. Unfortunately, I think you may have missed the mark on this one JÃ¼rgen. If I understand correctly, mmcdonal is seeking to mask the text for the password as it is typed in the input box.
I don't have the answer yet, but you may have to change from an Inputbox response to calling a form that contains a text box with the input mask property set to password as JÃ¼rgen suggested. You can set other properties on the form, such as modal and dialog, to make it appear as an Inputbox and then perform your authentication routine in the Onclick event on the Ok button of this "pop-up password entry" form.
I'll keep searching to see what I can find on this subject. If I come up with anything, I'll post it here. In the meantime, good luck with your project.
Darrell L. Embrey