The error message:
The value you entered isn’t valid for this field.
For example, you may have entered text in a numeric field or a number that is larger than the FieldSize settings permits.MS Access 2010
Above error is simple for us as our characters are in Unicode and of course, if we check Keycode, it’s the same from number 0 to 9 but when we check ASCII code on each typing of the numeric, it’s not the same.
I solved it in a very simple way by converting the unicode ascii to numeric ascii
|Number||Khmer Unicode Number ASCII||Number in ASCII|
By then we can do it on event “KeyPress” to detect the ASCII code of the typing:
They when you type the number will transform itself to Latin Numeric, prevent you error with the VBA form as above. And you can find the source code to copy as following:
<code>Select Case KeyAscii Case 6112 '0 KeyAscii = 48 Case 6113 KeyAscii = 49 Case 6114 KeyAscii = 50 Case 6115 KeyAscii = 51 Case 6116 KeyAscii = 52 Case 6117 KeyAscii = 53 Case 6118 KeyAscii = 54 Case 6119 KeyAscii = 55 Case 6120 KeyAscii = 56 Case 6121 '9 KeyAscii = 57 End Select</code>