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    Input mask wizard

    I created an input mask that I wish to delete from the wizard, but can't figure out how to do it. I even went as far as removing & reinstalling Access 2000 (SR-1), but the mask remains.

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    Re: Input mask wizard

    I have the same problem. Can anyone help, please?

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    Re: Input mask wizard

    This is for Access 2002 and 2003:
    - Quit Access.
    - Make sure that hidden files and folders are displayed in Windows Explorer.
    - Start Windows Explorer, and navigate to Cocuments and Settings<username>Application DataMicrosoftAccess where <username> is your Windows username.
    - There should be a file named ACWZUSRT.MDT.
    - Make a copy of this file, to act as backup.
    - Double click ACWZUSRT.MDT; it will open in Access.
    - WARNING: don't mess with the contents except for what is described below.
    - Activate the Tables section of the database window.
    - Open the table named im_TblInputMask.
    - Go to the last record. Custom input masks will be at the end.
    - Delete the record(s) you want to get rid of.
    - Close the table and ACWZUSRT.MDT.

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    Re: Input mask wizard

    Thanks for the quick reply. That worked just fine. Thank you.

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