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How do I set a list box or combo box so that the data is limited to the list used to populate the control?

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I have  aVB6 form with list boxes and combo boxes. I am only interested in data that is already populated into the controls. Any other data will crash the program. How do I ensure that the data is limited ot the list, much like in VBA where you set the LimitToList property to "Yes"
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Set the Style property to DropDownList.
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