reference combo box on form problem specific column from a function call

Posted on 2014-09-10
Last Modified: 2014-09-10
Access 2010 vba.

Simply trying to reference a combo box on a form to get a value.  from a function call

' s2 = "BR2GCK"
      s2 = Forms!Form1![Combo5].Column(1)

ME keyword will not work in this case.
cant seem to get the syntax right

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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is this giving you a problem

  s2 = Forms!Form1![Combo5].Column(1)

did you set the Column Count of the combo to at least 2

.Column(1)  refers to the 2nd column of the row source of the combo box.

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brain lapse..

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