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Richard Pitassy        
2 years ago
Richard:  The combo box filter is a great solution for my db application.  However, I would like to be able to apply multiple criteria filter from the combo box.  Say, Last Name and State.  Can do?
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
I would just use multiple combo boxes, if you want to use them all in one combo box your going to need to use the .Column() Property and that just sounds like extra work.
Richard Pitassy        
2 years ago
Actually, I think the .Column() property is the right solution for my situation.  Any chance you can point me to a video that would give me some help with that?  Thanks.
Adam Schwanz             
2 years ago
I don't really recall a specific video that covers it, it looks like .Column with rows is in Dev 15 but I thought it was before that.

Basically you're just saying if you have Name in column 1 and State in column 2.

Normally when you say something = Combobox  you are getting the value that is in the bound field of the combobox, if you instead did something = Combobox.Column(1)  you would get the value of the Name field in our example, likewise something = combobox.column(2) would get you the state value in our example
Richard Pitassy        
2 years ago
Ok.  Thanks Adam.  I'll give it a try.

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