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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 1, 1996

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Simulating Click Event

Question:
How can I have a combo box "combo1" execute another combo boxs "combo2" procedure click ?

Answer:
Doing this action this way can have some messy side effects. I would recommend that you take the code from the combo boxes and put it into a subroutine that can be called. If you do want to call the Click event procedure, just call Combo2_Click() (assuming both combo boxes are on the same form). If they're not on the same form you can't do this in VB3.0. You can do it in VB4.0 by making the _Click procedure a Public procedure.

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