moderated Re: Edit box Issue
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Thanks! I will try that. I had not thought of them.
Unfortunately, the opportunity has bassed, but I will keep it in mind.
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Yes, that is a good idea.
I have run across sites like this where there is something that needs to be clicked on next to the edit field that won’t open. This usually then opens up a calendar where the date can be chosen.
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I have run across a job aplication page which requires dates to be entered.
Is there a way to open a non editing edit box?
The page will not let me move forward without these dates in place.
Is there a shortcut key which overides a non editing edit box?
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