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 If the data is incorrect, the line is highlighted in red and the //OK// button becomes inactive As a result, you will not be able to save changes or create an object. If the data is incorrect, the line is highlighted in red and the //OK// button becomes inactive As a result, you will not be able to save changes or create an object.
  
-===== Phone numbers and e-mail ​addresses =====+===== Phone numbers and email addresses =====
  
 Phone numbers must be entered in an [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Telephone_numbering_plan#​Standards|international format]] and contain all the necessary codes (country code, communication statement or city code, and then the phone number itself). Brackets, spaces, and hyphens are not allowed. The only symbol that can be used for entering phone numbers is plus (+) at the beginning of the number. Examples: //​+19176726154,​ +15551234567//​.  ​ Phone numbers must be entered in an [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Telephone_numbering_plan#​Standards|international format]] and contain all the necessary codes (country code, communication statement or city code, and then the phone number itself). Brackets, spaces, and hyphens are not allowed. The only symbol that can be used for entering phone numbers is plus (+) at the beginning of the number. Examples: //​+19176726154,​ +15551234567//​.  ​
  
-E-mail ​addresses must be in the format //username — the '​at'​ sign (@) — domain name//​. ​E-mails ​can contain letters of the Latin alphabet, as well as dots (.), hyphens (-), and underscores (_). Example: //​username@domain.net//​.+Email addresses must be in the format //username — the '​at'​ sign (@) — domain name//​. ​Emails ​can contain letters of the Latin alphabet, as well as dots (.), hyphens (-), and underscores (_). Example: //​username@domain.net//​.
  
  
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