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easy combobox problem

Posted on 2006-11-08
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I have a combobox which I add a bunch of items to.
ComboBox.Items.AddRange(object [])

Later in the program after I add the Items I want to go back and get the first one in the list (which is stored alphabetically), I think I'm losing my mind because I can't find a simple command to do this.
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Question by:ICPooreman
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ComboBox.Items[0] will get you the first one...am I missing something here ?
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by:ICPooreman
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no you're not missing anything this is just a sign that I need a nap thanks
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by:ozymandias
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Hooray ! I am not missing anything....I am COMPLETE !

Thanx for the poinx :)
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