Sub CreateField(strTable As String, strField As String, strsql As String) Dim MyDB As Database Dim MyTbl As TableDef Dim MyField As DAO.Field Set MyDB = CurrentDb Set MyTbl = MyDB.TableDefs(strTable) Set MyField = MyTbl.CreateField(strField, dbLong) MyTbl.Fields.Append MyField MyField.Properties("DisplayControl") = 111 'The "111" value converts to a combo box MyField.Properties("RowSourceType") = "Table/Query" 'The properties below don't exist until the Display Control is changed to a combo box. But the added properties "RowSource", "ComolumCount" and '"ColumnWidths" do not magically appear after I've changed DisplayControl to "111". MyField.Properties("RowSource") = strsql MyField.Properties("ColumnCount") = 2 MyField.Properties("ColumnWidths") = "0;1440" End Sub
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