The Character Limit property limits the number of characters that can be entered in the Text Box. If set to 0 (zero), any number of characters can be entered.
Property Type: Static
Default Value: 0
Hierarchical Reference: ControlName.CharacterLimit
Ensure the property is a static property (It will display the gray orb alongside the property name)
The default value of the static property can be changed by typing the required value directly into the property field.
|Character Limit Property Value (static)||Result||Notes|
|0||Will allow any number of characters to be entered.|
|50||Will allow 50 characters to be entered.|
A rule can also be built for this property by changing the type to dynamic.
See How To: Change A Static Property To A Dynamic Property.
|Character Limit Property Value (Dynamic)||Result||Notes|
|IF( NoteReturn=True, 0, 50)|
Will allow unlimited characters to be entered when the Note control equals TRUE, otherwise the characters entered will be limited to 50.
Value set in Form Designer. Static properties can be made Dynamic by double clicking the gray radio button.