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How do I create a DBCombo with many list fields ?
Like , if I want to select a person , I want to show his
firstname, lastname, department, city in the DBCombo list.
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From what I know after having asked to Microsoft, there is no implemented behaviour (like in MS-Access for Example).

So You need to implement it yourself.
You concatenate two or more fields and you display this field in the ListField property of the DBCombo.

The real problem is alignment to show something 'looking like' columns.
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