VBA Strings and Arrays

I have an array A(10) which I want to control using a combobox but can not get it to work

for i = 0 to unbound(combobox1,value) .... I need this loop to run when the user select A from the drop down

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Try this

dim i as integer
For i = 0 to upperbound(A)
myCombo.index = 0

This should loop through your array and add each item to your combo box.
borris111698Author Commented:
Cheers Mcdown but I already have a 2 column dropdown (combobox1) populated from an array Section(), the 1st Column has letters A-N the second a description. When the user selects an item I want to populate a sub 2 column dropdown (combobox2) from the arrays A(5), B(6), C(7), D(8)...... etc

I have been able to this using select case, but thought I could do it more simply by using

for i = 0 to unbound(combobox1.value)

therefore if the user selects B from the first dropdown the second in populated with 7 items from the array..
Are you saying that the letters A to N are the names of 14 arrays and that you need to populate your second combo with the one whose name is selected in the first combo?
Ok, if that is the case then you would

sub popBox(byval myarray(9) as array)
dim i as integer
for i = 0 to upperbound(myarray)
end sub

Pass your array in based on the value that they select and run the loop

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