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The increment and decrement buttons usually change the ones digit in a numeric control. If you click an increment or decrement button and hold the mouse button down, the display increases or decreases until you release the mouse button. If you click the increment or decrement button, hold down the mouse button, and hold down the <Shift> key, the size of the increment increases by successively higher orders of magnitude. The value first increments by ones, then by tens, by hundreds, and so on. As the range limit approaches, the increment decreases by orders of magnitude, slowing down as the value reaches the limit.
To use the arrow keys to change a numeric display by a digit other than the default increment, use the Operating tool to add the insertion point to the right of the target digit.
Complete the following steps to practice using the increment and decrement buttons.
Right-click a numeric control and select Visible Items»Increment/Decrement from the shortcut menu to display or hide the increment and decrement buttons. You also can use the Increment/Decrement Visible? property to display or hide the buttons programmatically.