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<_< I am trying to create a list/combo box in a word document that is to be used as a form for other staff to complete.
I would like the form to contain a box that has our branches listed for them to choose from and once selected automatically drops the address block underneath so the branch and address are complete upon their finishing the form.
I am able to insert a list box but I am a real novice when it comes to writing the code to get it to automatically drop in the address in invisible text boxes below the original box. I really require step by step assistance with this process or a contact for someone/where I can get this help in an understandable format.
Appreciate any assistance.
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Which version of Office are you using? (On the toolbar click Help -> About...)
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are you using "Visual Basic 6" or Office?
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