Input Masks

manrav

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Is there a way to create input mask for a range of cells like in MS Access you can set an Input Mask for a field, Is there any Thing similar in excel...??
 

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SamS

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manrav, have a look at Data>Validation... is this what you are after
 

Yogi Anand

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Hi manrav:

Excel does not have Input Mask feature like in Access, but to some extent you can get the same effects in Excel by ...

what Sam suggested and you may also want to look at Custom Number Formating, as well as Conditional Formating.

Regards!

Yogi
 

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