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Jul 29, 2008

I transposed them into a separate sheet and used that for my lists. I have to share the file with macs.

My pc is on Vista running Excel 2003. The macs are OSX Panther (not Leopard) and running Excel 2003.

Solution (?): if I make the combobox lists programmatically, it will work on the macs?

The UserForm1 with 3 comboboxes:
The comboboxes are not dependent on each other.
For each combobox, I need to have 2 columns.
For each column, I need to transpose 2 x ranges (they are NOT contiguous)

My attempts have been embarassing and futile.

What it should be: ....

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