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Default Debit and credit formats

Hello all,
I have a budget database.
There is an Expense field in which I have to input minus in front of the amount for debit. The thing is I would like this minus (for debits) to appear automatically whenever I type in an amount BUT not if I type a plus sign in front of the amount (credits).
Ex.
100€ --> -100€ (for debit)
+100 --> 100€ (for credit)
The field is of currency type.
Thanks in advance,
Sven

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