VB6 user control needed

I'm trying to design a VB6 user control which has two combo boxes and a "Select" button.
Combo box #1 is filled from one of the elements of a structure array.  When the "Click" event of that (#1) combo box happens, the ListIndex value is used to cause the second combo box (#2) to be filled from an element from a different structure array.  When the "Select" button is clicked,  the ListIndex values (of both combo boxes) is passed on.  I am a newby to user controls (not VB6), and there doesn't seem to be much information on the topic.  Any guidance would be much appreciated.
TopCatOnyxAsked:
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Here's a link to an article I wrote concerning a user control. It doesn't have the functionality you need but it's something to look at to get a general idea about the framework. And this looks like a decent tutorial on the subject.
TopCatOnyxAuthor Commented:
Prior to posting this question, I did an exhaustive search on the Internet and Experts Exchange for answers.  I ran across many examples, including Martin Liss'.  None really answered my question.  I finally found a used book "Custom Controls Library" by Rod Stephens from 1998.  In that book I found an example which got me started on my control.  I'm still having issues, but I guess I will have to work them out for myself - as it seems all the VB6 programmers have either retired or moved on to one of the .NET implementations (probably retired!).

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TopCatOnyxAuthor Commented:
No one gave me a solution or even anything which helped.
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