Previously, Australia used a two-digit area code together with a seven-digit telephone number. For example, a typical Australian telephone number was (02) 123-4567. To increase the supply of telephone numbers, a digit was added to the front of the number following the area code. This change created a 10-digit telephone number. For example, a typical Australian telephone number is now (02) 9123-4567.
The telephone number format for a U.S. installation of Microsoft Great Plains is (XXX) XXX-XXXX Ext. XXXX. This format has a keyable length of 14 digits.
The telephone number format for an Australian installation of Microsoft Great Plains was changed to (XXX) XXXX-XXXX Ext. XXX. This format has a keyable length of 14 digits.
This change eliminates the need for two separate formats. The new scheme can be used to handle both domestic and international telephone numbers by using the following variations of the new 10-digit format:
International numbers: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
To use the new format, substitute a space for the appropriate digit, as indicated in the following examples.
- In the following examples, the underscore (_) represents a space.
- You type only the digits. The parentheses and the hyphen are included to simulate the display and also to indicate the placement of the space.
To enter an Australian domestic telephone number, type the 2-digit area code, type a space, and then type the eight-digit telephone number. For example, to enter a typical Australian domestic telephone number, type the following:
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Id. de artículo: 920834 - Última revisión: 4 ene. 2015 - Revisión: 1