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How to set default value in ComboBox

Posted on 2013-11-04
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Hello Experts!

I have attached the code snippets below. Basically I am building a ComboBox in code. The box itself is on the window but I am generating all of the contents in code.

ComboBox WPF Control
<ComboBox x:Name="cboReminderTime" Text="Please select an item" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="150,588,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="120"/>

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ComboBox Population Control (Snippet)
if (intHoursTillEvent >= 24)
            {
                cboReminderTime.Items.Clear();
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("15 Minutes");
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("1 Hour");
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("3 Hours");
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("6 Hours");
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("12 Hours");
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("24 Hours");
                cboReminderTime.Items.Add("Start Now");

            } // closes >= 24 hours

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There are many other hour values it will evaluate against. In all of them, the "15 Minutes" option is the first one in the list and the one I want to set as the default.

I am very new to C# and brand new to WPF. I have VB.Net (WinForm) experience so I am picking this up with decent pace, but I am not getting this one. Google is not being the most helpful this morning either (prob my fault).

Thanks for the help guys and gals!
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you can set the default value with the index.

cboReminderTime.SelectedIndex = 0;

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by:LouisM1979
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I thought I tried that. >.<.

Thanks for the support!!!
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