Points for Richie_Simonetti

Posted on 2002-03-05
Last Modified: 2010-05-02
Thanks for your help

Sorry, couldn't give you 400 points but it wasn;t a complete solution.

Once again many thanks

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Expert Comment

ID: 6842315
Thanks but sorry, i have no idea what you are talking about.
Could you refresh my memory,please?

Author Comment

ID: 6847615
Yeah it was how to add data from a recordset into a listbox.

Anyway thanx for your help

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Expert Comment

ID: 6847646
Could you post url here, i can't found it between my pending questions...
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Expert Comment

ID: 6848272
Ah! thanks, how do you solve column names issue?
Regarding table names in combo box is easy enought.
Let me know.

Author Comment

ID: 6853043
I kind of fudged it...I extracted the table names and addded them as the first item in each fixed width columnn...couldn't think of another solution that wouldn't have taken an awful lot of effort. If you want I could e-amil you the solution I came up with?
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Accepted Solution

Richie_Simonetti earned 50 total points
ID: 6854142
Yes, i did it so too but end user could use that entry like any other in the list which is not what we want, isn't it?
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ID: 6896178
Thanks for "A" grade. Please send it to

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