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Entries in a List Box? [closed]

asked 2014-04-03 16:09:47 +0200

Ronnie James Dio Fan gravatar image

Hi all!

I want to put some list boxes in my form. So far I can only get one entry into a list box. How do I get multiple entries into the list box?

Thanks in advance!

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answered 2014-07-27 05:38:51 +0200

I struggled with this too. I tried quote marks around each entry, then commas, but no luck. I found out (on a Mac at least) the solution is Shift-Enter to go to the next line in the List Entries. So Shift-Enter after each list item you want shown.

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answered 2014-04-05 11:24:06 +0200

黄智壯 gravatar image

"To add a field from the field list of a table or query to a form, drag a cell into the form. In a text document, you can also drag a column header to add a field to a form. To include a label for the field, hold down the Ctrl+Shift key down when you drag a column head."

"A list box lets users select an entry from a list. If the form is linked to a database and the database connection is active, theList Box Wizard will automatically appear after the list box is inserted in the document. This wizard helps you create the list box."

Extracted from: help.libreoffice.org

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