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Combobox multiple columns

Posted on 1998-06-18
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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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This is a duplicate question.  Perhaps you accidently hit the submit button twice.

You should delete this question.
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