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DBCombo box limit?

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by:delhaye
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Well ...
I've just tried and nothing wrong happened ...
I mean I've put 12 DBComboBoxes on a form filled with the same data through one dataControl and each is bound to 12 different fields of a table (is that your problem ?)

Send the form if needed
Or I can send you one

Regards
Marc
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by:wiltsew
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by:delhaye
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So what ?
Is it working or not ?
Send me the form if not

mde@ambrasoft.lu
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Eran061997 earned 50 total points
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The problem is Memory: Not sow much rem!!!!!!!!!!!
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