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Combo box in ACCESS 2003, can it be multi-select

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Is there any way to allow a combox to be multi-select?  Or am I stuck with a list box?  I have more data than I want in a list box, but user need to be able to select more than one item.

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I don't follow what you mean about having more data than you want in the listbox. Can you explain a bit more?
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Not the native Access combo box. Only the List Box.
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There is a 3rd party set of pricey tools that does have a Multi Select combo box however ...
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You define what data goes in the listbox.  It can be one field or 10/20/30 fields, it's up to you.
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This was it.  I can't purchase anything so need to figure out another way.

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