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Hello all, I have a drop-down menu in my program which gives a list of options. I would also want to present the user the choice of typing in their option if they already know their option.Is there some way that the user can either select one of the options from the drop-down menu OR type in his own option in the same box? Thanks in advance, Krish
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Thanks Jyothi, Suppose in a drop-box we have the options A-D, E-L, M-S. Choosing, say option "A-D" brings a table which contains the data fields which contains "A,B,C,D". What if instead of selecting the range "A-D", I want to type in, say "B" to display just the data fields which contain "B" only and neglecting "A,C,D".How do I go about it in the same box? i.e, be able to select a range "A-D" as also just type in "B".I am trying to add this feature to enhance search capabilities in my web-page.