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ComboBox Control (Windows Forms)

Visual Studio .NET 2003

The Windows Forms ComboBox control is used to display data in a drop-down combo box. By default, the ComboBox control appears in two parts: the top part is a text box that allows the user to type a list item. The second part is a list box that displays a list of items from which the user can select one.

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Introduction to the Windows Forms ComboBox Control
Explains what this control is and its key features and properties.

Related Sections

ComboBox Class
Describes this class and has links to all its members.
Accessing Specific Items in a Windows Forms ComboBox, ListBox, or CheckedListBox Control
Gives instructions for programmatically determining which item in a list appears in a given position.
Adding and Removing Items from a Windows Forms ComboBox, ListBox, or CheckedListBox Control
Gives instructions for adding or removing items from a control's list of items.
Creating a Lookup Table for a Windows Forms ComboBox, ListBox, or CheckedListBox Control
Gives directions for displaying and storing form data in useful formats.
Data Binding a Windows Forms ComboBox or ListBox Control
Gives directions for binding a list-based control to a data source.
Sorting the Contents of a Windows Forms ComboBox, ListBox, or CheckedListBox Control
Explains how to sort list data at its data source.
When to Use a Windows Forms ComboBox Instead of a ListBox
Recommends an appropriate list-based control depending on the needs and restrictions of your Windows Form.
Windows Forms Controls Used to List Options
Provides a list of things you can do with list boxes, combo boxes, and checked list boxes.
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