How to (encode) a editable field in Lotus Notes v6

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Lotus Notes 6.x
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Password field
Can some one help with a formula that will change the text being typed into a field to X`s. Like a password situation so the password cannot be read.
ASKED: February 5, 2009  8:57 AM
UPDATED: February 9, 2009  4:37 PM

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Change the Field Type to Password. On the Field Properties box in the first tab, use the Field Type drop down and choose Password. It is directly below Readers and above Formula in R6.5.6.

If you can’t find it, call IBM support to figure out why your Designer Client is not working properly.

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  • Lamy
    Hi Stiletto, thanks but there does not seem to be such an option.
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  • Stiletto
    Okay, what about just using @Prompt with [Password] as the style?
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