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Old March 14th 08, 02:55 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.contacts
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Default I cannot get a percentage to properly display in a custom form fie

I created a custom form in Outlook that has a field for entering percentages.
I have it formated for "all digits". Some of the percentages I am entering
are less than 1%. ie-.99% When I enter anything less than 1%, Outlook
automatically changes it. In this case, it is changing it to 99%. I have
tried putting zeros in front of the decimal and nothing seems to work. Any
suggestions?
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