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I have a drop down box of names in my vb form.  When the user initially enters a letter, I want the box to display the begining name of that letter.  For example, if I type "M"   Then you will see the first word that starts with "M"  How do I do this?
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Set the style property of the combo box to Dropdown List. It will be automatically be acquired.

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I am using VB6.  I don't see a style property.  Is it different?
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Are you using combobox?
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right click the combobox , on the selection choose properties... you will see the style property. It is located after the sort property...
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I am using vb 6.0 also...
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did you see it?
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DUHH.  Sorry, I was looking at a textbox.  Thanks ; )
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