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How do I set up a combo box (unbound) with multiple columns?  It's like listbox but I want a drop down.
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In your project menu go to components. Select the forms 2.0 object. That adds a combo box that will allow multiple columns.

Then select the column count property, and set as needed. Then start adding variables. If you need more help please post as a comment. Do not forget to grade my answer with an A if it has helped you.
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But then what is this Forms 2.0?  Where can I find information on it?  I don't have it.  Is it the same combo box as the one I have?  If there're differences, why are there?
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If you select the new object, and hit F1, for help, it will bring up the docs for it. it is a frm20.hlp file i think.

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