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Access 2010: Adding an input box to a list or combo

I have a form where the user will select one or more report names and generate the reports.
Each report default title is in a table along with the displayed report name.
I would like to give the user the option of editing the text for each of the reports selected.

Currently I have a list box fed by a query.
Can I somehow add a defaulted text box to each item in the list, or, should I use a combo box and somehow add a text box to every entry (how?).
Or is there some other way to accomplish this?
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8/22/2022 - Mon

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Sounds like the way to go - thanks!
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