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How to set display patterns on a decimal field to handle user text entered in error.
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HiI'm creating a PDF in LiveCycle, which has a decimal field with the display pattern 'num{zzz,zzz,zz9.99}'. The idea is for users to enter a numerical value with a maximum of two decimal points (i.e. 1,234.01)Now I'm testing this form out to see whether it'll handle any incorrect user entries - especially the scenario where a user enters some string (letters) in this field by error. When I'm testing this scenario on Acrobat Pro, any text entries will be cleared out as soon the user tabs out of ...

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Hi, Stumbled upon this thread via a google search. I'm looking for an answer to the exact opposite of the question Gerhard8 has raised. I've entered a decimal field in the PDF I'm creating via Livecycle. When previewing it a value entered as "123.00" is automatically converted into "123" when the user exits out of the field. I don't want it to do that. I want "123.00" to stay as "123.00". Is there a particular numeric pattern used to achieve that?Many thanksSusith

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