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I have a two column combo box, with the first column being a number and the second column being text.  The bound column is column 1, but in my form, I have the column width set to zero for column 1, as I want the text to display.  So far so good - except that when I selected one of the first two choices on my drop down box, it shows up, but any other selections just sort of disappear, although the correct value is written to the table.  Any suggestions?  Here is an example of the RowSource for the combo box/value list:

5.15;"Crucible";5.05;"Crucible Cover";5.70;"Evaporating Dish";2.90;"Beaker - 400 mL";2.50;"Beaker - 250 mL";2.50;"Beaker - 100 mL";2.50;"Beaker - 50 mL";4.65;"Flask - 250 mL";4.45;"Flask - 125 mL";4.10;"Graduate - 10 mL";4.60;"Graduate - 50 mL";5.00;"Thermometer";2.39;"Watch Glass"

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Daisy
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by:kraig
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I copied that row source and it works for me.  You can try doing it without the quotes, but it shouldn't make any difference.
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Notapro earned 100 total points
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Set your column count to one.

Set your control source to the column or field that you want the data stored in.

The value that you want to show in the box put first in the select statment then a comma then add your value you want stored or values

Then set the Bind column to 2.
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by:agileborders
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I'll go ahead and accept this, as I think I meant to post it to the MS Access area anyway - thanks!

Daisy
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