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Old November 18th 17, 07:04 AM
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Default BCM Compulsory field, New opportunity

Hello ..

I want to make a custom field compulsory in BCM/ Opportunity/New Opportunity , when ever someone is adding New opportunity , that custom field must also be filled. Can anyone please share some sample code ?

I have very little experience with VBA codes.

Thanks
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