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i has 2 combo box.

combo A and combo B,

now the combo A i connected it to data 1
and combo B i did not connect it to data1. so now i want a code which can copy over the data or the text in combo A to the combo B.

whats the code please.
 
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Question by:JOHNHO
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Private Sub Command1_Click()
    Combo2.AddItem Combo1.Text
End Sub
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nothing happend. i already put      Combo2.AddItem Combo1.Text

why ?


by the way why my combo A that connected to data1 did not show all the data that inside the field ? what i mean is my combo A connected to data 1 and the field is ABC. and inside abc thats a lot of data. why it did not show in the combo A ?

thanks
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The reason "nothing happens" is probably because Combo1.Text is empty. Combo.Text is the top box where the selected item goes.

How do you have comboA connected to Data1?

Try:

ComboA.AddItem = Data1.Recordset!ABC
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does the code sound like this ?

ComboA.AddItem = Data1.Recordset!my database name

thanks.
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