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ShowOnlyRowSourceValues vs Limit to List

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Hi All
quick question:
Anyone have a simple answer as to the difference between
ShowOnlyRowSourceValues and Limit to List in Access comboboxes?
thanks
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Show only values that match the current row source when Allow Multiples Values is set to Yes.
As you can infer by the definition, this only applies to multi-value fields.  Limit to list prevents values that are not in the list from being added so the two properties are not related at all.

Help entry - http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/access-help/add-or-change-a-lookup-column-HA010163773.aspx
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excellent - thanks
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