How to Make Multi-Column Combo Boxes in MS Access
Sometimes users need more information in a combo box before they can make a selection. In this episode we’ll look at how to remedy this situation by making a multi-column combo box (aka. drop-down list) that shows more information to the user when they make a selection. See how to add many columns to a list, adjust the list width, and optionally store an ID number for the row instead of the default text selection that the user makes. Additionally, I show how to bind this combo to your table (aka. Record Source) so that the selected results are store there.
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