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How to deselect a ComboBox in VB6

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I use a combobox control in my VB6 application.  I also have a button labelled RESET that when clicked resets the form.  I want to know how to deselect the selected value in my combobox. Most websites suggest the following ComboBox1.Clear, but that clears all possible values.  How can I deselect the combobox without losing the possible values?

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mrotor
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Combo1.ListIndex = -1
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