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button in datagrid column to expose combo box

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I set the button property of a column in a vb6 datagrid  control to true, because I want to have a combobox drop down upon the buttondown event in the datagrid.  How do I make a combo box & have it drop down?
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what kind of data grid are u using???
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Download the guide from :

http://www.apexsc.com/dbgrid/survivalkit.html

that should help
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