How do i create a combo box / list box that I can use instead of an Ask box.I n Word 2000

How do i create a combo box / list box that I can use instead of an Ask box.

In a operative consent document I have hidden an Ask function so when I go to print it will prompt me to type in a response for "risks specific to this procedure" it will then put in what I type.  I would like to be able to to pick on of say 4 pre typed responses bu checking one off instead of typing each time what i want.  Specifically how do i do this??
JRKLEINAsked:
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JuiletteCommented:
Add a list box to your app
to add to list box
List1.AddItem "Your response1"
List1AddItem "Your response2"

In the click event of your list box
Put your code as to what you want to do
 When you click on an item in the list box it will print or whatever you tell it to.

Wayne
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criCommented:
JRKLEIN, if you post two identical questions you will get two threads and at least two answers. I hope you will monitor the one in Office-Excel-Word too. You can save points if you ask once and put a 0 point as refering to the other section.
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