Creating a Form for the Shipping Dept Using Drop Down Boxes

ascrocker

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Ok. I have been given a challenge to create a form that the shipping dept. can use at my company when they are loading trucks for delivery. I know how to create drop down combo boxes but I run into a problem when I try to copy them . . . they all seemed to be linked to each other!!!!! When I change something in the original combo box all the copied combo boxes change to the same thing. Is there a way to make them not related to each other without having to create all of them manually. And do you have any ideas for an efficient way of doing this task I have been assigned?

Thanks,
Alan

P.S. I can supply more info if needed.
 

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