macros

edward_laton

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Hello everyone
Is there a way to use dropdown menus to run
a macro, or is there a way to use VB to do this.

Any help would be helpfull

Ed
 

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jimboy

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If you bring up the forms toolbar and select combo box you can assign a macro to this, not sure why you would want to, why not select a button and assign a macro to that?
 

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