sorting problem in VB's combo box.

hi all,
I have a recordset contains 2 fields.
here is my code to load the recordset to the combo box:
    Do While Not objADORecordset.EOF
        cboBoxToLoad.AddItem objADORecordset.Fields(0)
        If bIsItemData Then
            cboBoxToLoad.ItemData(cboBoxToLoad.NewIndex) =
        End If

in the database, I am setting the fields(0) desc and asc. but no matter what
i set, the combo box shows up the records asc for the fields(0).

Please help!
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chrislee8Author Commented:
Edited text of question.
Set the Sorted property of the ComboBox to True. It will Solve Your Problem
Actually, Dambalaji, it sounds like the problem is that sort is set to true and thus changes in the rst "order by" are not being respected.  Set sort to false and the entries will appear in the same order that they are added.

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chrislee8Author Commented:
I am sorry, Dambalaji, leg1 is right.
leg1, would you answer the question so that i can give you the points.
Dam, again, nothing personal.

Thank you guys so much for your time.

it works well now.

chris :)
chrislee, you can accept leg1's comment as an answer. Look at the "title bar" on leg1's comment.
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