Selecting a choice in Drop-Down Menu

I am using Microsoft Internet Controls. After loading a webpage in it, to fill a textbox (whoami) I am using the following code...

Private Sub WebBr_DownloadComplete()
WebBr.Document.All.whoami.Value = "vshankaa"
End Sub

It is working fine, but I want to know how to select an item from a Drop-Down Menu? Say the DDM has the name "dropmenu" and has "I am a Fool" as one of its item, how to select this item?
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EvtPerType.selectedIndex = 3

WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.text = "I am a Fool"


WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.selectedIndex = 3
shankaAuthor Commented:
WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.text = "I am a Fool" is not working! As I don't know the index of the item I am not able to use the second method.
may be

For i = 0 To WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.Count
If WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.options(i).text = "I am a Fool" Then
WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.selectedIndex = i
End If

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shankaAuthor Commented:
The If condition part is working! But loop is not working .Count is not the right keyword.
how about

For i = 0 To WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.options.length
shankaAuthor Commented:
This is working!!!!...

For I = 0 To WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.Options.length
    If WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.Options(I).Text = "I am a Fool" Then
        WebBr.Document.All.comboboxid.selectedIndex = I
        Exit Sub
    End If
But y i only get B grade?
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