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BOOK: Beginning Access VBA
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Beginning Access 2002 VBA by Robert Smith, Dave Sussman, Ian Blackburn, John Colby, Mark Horner, Martin Reid, Paul Turley, Helmut Watson; ISBN: 9780764544026
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Default Beginning Access 2000 VBA Chapter 6: List Boxes

I am using Access 2003 and have gotten through this book successfully until mid-way through chapter six. This chapter includes 2 methods of populating list boxes programmatically: (1) generating a semicolon-separated list of values and (2) calling a user-defined function from the Row Source Type property (p. 171-176). This latter method yields an empty list box for me. Although I triple-checked my typing, I assumed I made a mistake and imported the chapter 7 module and form from the CD. Same result. Is this user-defined function capability for Row Source Type disabled in Access 2003?

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Please disregard my previous post. Even after proofreading that little bit of code four times, I still failed to spot my misspelled variable.

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