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Old May 16th 05, 08:51 PM
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I am working on a listing project where i will have a dropdown list filled
with items...when one item is selected, adjacent columns are filled with
several key pieces of information...what i need to do now is make it where
that information is listed below the dropdown and i can then go on to select
another item and all of its information is listed and so on. Any help you
can give would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you

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Old May 16th 05, 08:55 PM
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maybe i shoudl be a little more clear...when an item is selected, all of its
information skips down a line, staying in the original column.

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I am working on a listing project where i will have a dropdown list filled
with items...when one item is selected, adjacent columns are filled with
several key pieces of information...what i need to do now is make it where
that information is listed below the dropdown and i can then go on to select
another item and all of its information is listed and so on. Any help you
can give would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you



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