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Old 02-26-2010, 10:35 AM
jmofstead jmofstead is offline Auto populate formfield from dropdown menu Windows Vista Auto populate formfield from dropdown menu Office 2007
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Default Auto populate formfield from dropdown menu

Hello,
I am need of some serious help.
I created vba code in Word that allows you to select a variable from a drop down list and it will then autopopulate another drop down menu with the data.
i.e.
dropdown1:
training1
training2
training3
etc..

If training1 is selected then
dropdown2
Training1BET#1
Training2BET#2

If training2 then
dropdown2
training2BET#1
Training2BET#2



Anyway, my boss has decided that he just wants me to give only one BET# per training.

I am at a loss because I am just learning how to code and I don't know how to vba code if traning1 from dropdown1 is choosen then formfield1 = training1BET#.

I hope that makes sense.
I tried searching the web for this, but unfortuantely I came up with nothing.

Could anyone help me with this code?

Thanks in advance!

~Julie
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