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Easy Easy Word VB ComboBox ?

Posted on 2000-03-21
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This is too easy but I'm not feeling like figuring anything out for myself today.

I have a simple combo box with a list that is a 2-D Array.

Dim silly(14, 14)

silly 0,0 = "data"
silly 1,0 = "data"
                          .... etc..
silly 0,1 = "data"
silly 1,1 = "data"
                       .....etc..

Option 14,0 states "Other"
When this is selected, I'd like to pop up another form for more input.
How do I active a command when a user selects an option from a combobox?

rick
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YourCombobox_Click procedure?
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If YourCombobox.text = "Other" then
    'Do Something
End If

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by:saksafon2
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I figured it out on my own and tried to delete the question but you got to me.

At least I figured it out the same way you did.

Thanks!

rick
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I wasn't sure I had understood the question properly but I must have. Thanks for the points!
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