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In the eventuality that you would like to display a drop-down list directly in the interface or worksheet cells, then you may probably want to consider using combo boxes controls. Not only do they ensure that the drop down list width is not dependent on cell width, but it also maintains the appeal of the design as the data does not have to be saved within a given cell or space.
TLUCombo is a component which helps developers create professional combo boxes with ease. It provides type-ahead like functionality while entering text in the edit field of the combo box, based on values in the list or on files/paths found. If necessary, you can add a lookup edit control and history persistence as well as methods to save the contents to INI file or a registry file.
It is worth mentioning that the combo box created via the library can be configured to synchronize automatically, which in turn means that the history list is updated between all lookup controls on the forms that have identical settings. At the same time, if you want to integrate a database, then take note that the DB-aware versions allow you to add a link to the field so you can query for values from the database as well.


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TLUCombo Crack Free Download is a component that allows you to create a dynamic drop-down list by providing a list of data in a pre-defined file/path or a list in a database. It can be combined with other data-aware controls to add type-ahead functionality. It also stores the values of the drop-down list so that you can restore its contents when editing the control value and/or adding a lookup field.
The components also support a checkbox so that you can choose to store the values permanently in the INI file/registry instead of a temporary memory cache.
The components are fully controllable via the.NET COM library with just a few lines of code. It is also very easy to write custom code in order to provide additional functionality.

TLUCombo Benefits:

Dynamic combobox that works on any Windows platform
Allows you to have a file/path list and a database table-based list
Allows you to check/uncheck items automatically
Has a “lookup edit control” as an alternative to choosing from the combo box.
Includes an easy-to-use “type-ahead” like functionality
Provides history list persistence
Supported by the.NET library
Easy to write custom code in order to provide additional functionality

TLUCombo System Requirements:

Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista
The.NET Framework is recommended

TLUCombo Installation:

Download the full package from here. Unzip the file, move the TLUCombo.dll into a convenient location and add the following to your project’s references:

A COM reference to TLUCombo.dll and adding the following as the first lines in your program:

The TLUCombo.cs file can be found in the.NET sample folder.
You can also use the TLUCombo as a regular component by simply dragging the.DLL into your project.

Components and features can be switched off, or not included, through your applications COM interface definition. There is also an option to activate only certain functionality of the control via the.NET control. Some controls are intended to be included in applications, while others may only be used internally. If you are unsure if you need to include a particular component, then you may want to take a look at its use in other samples before deciding. The details can be found here

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Include VCL source files and register components. The package offers a set of components for creating dynamic drop down lists, combo boxes, radio buttons and checkboxes. They work like you would expect in their native counterparts, such as Windows Forms.

Multiple UI languages. The components are available in VCL Styles and MFC.

Skin. You can change the look and feel of the component with the skins offered by the package.

Fields and Comboboxes, AutoComplete. One of the major features of this component is the auto-complete feature. You can choose the criteria that should trigger auto-completion and get the result or clear the list at any time.

Worksheets and Cells. This component helps you create dynamic and customisable user interfaces. You can add all kinds of UI controls directly from your VCL or MFC forms.

Multiple DB. You can use the component to add a drop down list from a database or a flat file. It includes both DB-aware and non-DB-aware versions.

Fields and Cells, Multiple DBs. You can use this component to add a drop down list from a database or a flat file.

Dropdown menu. You can add a dropdown menu to your TMS forms.

Radio buttons. You can create customisable radio buttons for your forms.

Text boxes. You can add text boxes in forms.

Special controls. There is a set of controls to create special forms with the look and feel of the Windows API.

Field and Cell Editor, CellToolbar, CellField, CellEditor. This component is able to create drop down lists, auto-complete and other editable forms for your cells.

Function. When you press a button, the component will print the number of cells with values to the current worksheet.

SVCDocViewer Documentation

This is a documentation system for VCL components from the VCL UI Pack. It contains information on the fields, events, propertys and methods of the components in a way that is easy to read and provides a clickable code.

You can use the components from the VCL UI Pack as a starting point to build your own solution. They are separated in groups such as Forms, Frames, Views, Controls, Tables, and so on. Each group is subdivided into components, which can be then used individually or combined

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‘ TLUCombo’ is a utility library designed to make it easier for VBA users to create user interfaces using the TLU Controls. It contains the following components:

+ TLUComboDialog: An easy-to-use dialog box, which uses the TLU Controls. You can easily add any TLU Control to a form using this dialog.
+ TLUCombo: A set of components that enables you to create a combo box, a list box and a combo box with tree structure.
+ TLUComboControl: A full-fledged control for creating a rich user interface, which is compatible with both Windows XP and Vista.
+ TLUComboField: A base class that simplifies the implementation of a simple text field. A combo box or list box can be used to implement the edit control in a combo box or list box.

* TLUCombo can be used to create a drop-down list in the forms and worksheets. * TLUComboDialog can be used to display the components on the forms and worksheets.


TLUCombo depends on the following components:

‘ TLU Controls’:
‘ TLU Controls Dialog’:
‘ TLU Controls DLL’:


This library is covered under the “Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 License”: You are free to use and redistribute the library as long as you do not change its original source code.


Tommaso L. Pascali

This product has been created by Tommaso L. Pascali as part of his work for the Microsoft Access project.
It is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 License:
You may use and redistribute the library as long as you do not change its original source code.


What’s New in the TLUCombo?

Using TLUCombo as an example, the description describes how to use the component to create a lookup list and add a history mechanism.

Application Setup

1. Insert a TLUCombo component

To create a TLUCombo control, insert a TLUCombo control in the form.
In the TLUCombo component, set the lookup width to match the length of the longest item of the list. Set the edit width to the width of the lookup box. Leave the list size blank. If you leave it blank, it will auto-size the list size to whatever is needed.

2. Set the Lookup Method

In this example, you will add the name of a key file which contains the lookup data. To use the key file as the lookup data, set the Lookup Method to “Key File”.

Control Setup

1. Set the Lookup Component

In the combo box, set the Lookup Component to the name of the TLUCombo component with a blank query string. The control will look for the query string in the name of the key file you add. If you do not add a key file, then the control will use the standard lookup methods.

2. Add a Key File

For this demonstration, add a key file called “PersonList.dat” to the project directory. It is recommended to add a “key” file for this example, because you will be adding lookup data to a named list. The same file can be used for a lookup or comparison method, it is just a matter of the naming convention.

3. Add a List

For this demonstration, add a new list called “Person”. The list’s Name must match the string returned by the key file. If a value does not match the key file’s value, then the combo box will auto-select an item in the list.

In the program, add the list to the TLUCombo control.

5. Add the New Lookup Control

The TLUCombo component uses a SQL lookup engine to look for the items in the list. If the value from the list matches the value in the text box, then the text in the text box will be set to “selected”. To use a DB-aware version of the TLUCombo component, add a link to the DB field which matches the Lookup Name of the control.

6. Sample Application

To demonstrate the application, add a new textbox and link it to the “Person” list. It should look like this.

7. Sample Output

You can run the program to see the results. You should see the lookup control change to the selected value when you enter a matching value in the textbox.


1. The datatype “List” must be set to “Key File

System Requirements:

Mac: OS X 10.7.3, or later
Windows XP, Vista, 7
Processor: 2 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Mac: OS X 10.9 or later
Windows 7, 8
Processor: 3 GHz Intel Core i3 or better
Memory: 4 GB RAM
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