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hi all,
thanks for solving my query and this group has really some gr8 person.
i have a query for u that if suppose 1,000 is a value now i would like to swap , with 0 on pressin next 0 in the text box.
10,000---this should be the result.

can anyone plz

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It is not that easy.
This works (for integers), but I do not like programs that automatically change the user's input, it can be annoyoing. Let me know if this is ok for you
Marco

Option Explicit

Private Sub Text1_Change()
    On Error GoTo errsub
    Dim d As Long
    d = Text1.Text
    Dim c As Long
    c = Text1.SelStart
    Dim s As String
    s = FormatNumber(d, 0, , , vbTrue)
    Text1.Text = s
    If Len(s) > Text1.Text Then
        Text1.SelStart = c
    Else
        Text1.SelStart = c + 1
    End If
errsub:

End Sub
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