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Drop down list not showing data

I've just re-formatted my laptop and re-installed all my access files, on the forms now it does not show the list on the data however if i click on the list it will show the text data in the combo box....

it's doing this on all combo boxes and they have been correct for years....

i'm thinking it's a setting i've missed in XP or Access

Please advise
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Benyaw
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KaroBacsiCommented:
Hi!
Run the VB editor, from code or from tools Macro or Alt-F11,
Check tools references, any MISSING uncheck, and similar name check.
In main Access in tools check ActiveX.
May help you, after changes should in VB debug menu and compile your project will save changes on your laptop.
Useful if you have another PC try ran your ACCESS file, if run correctly check differences, in VB and ActiveX.
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BenyawAuthor Commented:
the only differance between pc's that work with the drop down list is Office 2003 SP2 and my laptop has SP3 on it....
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BenyawAuthor Commented:
also it's linked to my customer table, it does not show the customers on the drop down list and it doesn't show the customer on the booking form! can u recomend a way to test the customer table??
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KaroBacsiCommented:
Try create a new form with wizzard, and use in form only customer ID,name from customer table, in dropdown, when finished remove connection to table -no write, only use the data-, create a subform with wizzard with all field, use control from previously created customer name with ID ex: main form - dropdown with 3 field(you will see only one): ID, GivenName&" "&ForeignName, ID not visible, connect to subform with ID, you can see in subform only data of customer, selected with dropdown in main form. CONTROLLNAME_AfterUpdate event is call the simple VB code me.SUBFORMNAME.requery.
Try this with backed up table, or copy of original table.

If working, it seems, Acc2003 like 97 with upgrade not equal.
You need to recreate all forms. :-(
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BenyawAuthor Commented:
The problem was SP3 for Office 2003, when i re-installed Office and installed SP2 it worked perfectly...
looking on EE i've seen other people report this problem with combo boxes, i think it's because i have a the format as >! to change the text to capital letters.

Regards
Benyaw
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