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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

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Filling from Recordset

Question:
How do I fill a combo box with the values from an Access 2.0 query or table? I have the compatibility layer installed and everything works except I can't figure out the combo box.

Answer:
This is a matter of coding it...I'm sure your db connectivity is there. Here's a sample.

Dim SS as Snapshot
Set SS = db.CreateSnapshot("Table Name")
Do While Not SS.EOF
   ComboBox.AddItem SS("Field Name")
   SS.MoveNext
Loop
SS.Close
Set SS = Nothing
Obviously, you should put your own table name or query in the CreateSnapshot, and replace 'Field Name' with the Field you want to put into the ComboBox.
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