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Select Button to clear ComboBox Selected Data

Edit: This appears to not work as my ComboBox1 is linked to a column in a SharePoint List datasource as opposed to a manual string. If anyone knows how to do this please let me know!


I have a button: Button1

I have a combobox: ComboBox1


When I select Button1 I want whatever data has been selected in ComboBox1 to clear.


For Button1, I have the following on the OnSelect property: Reset(ComboBox1)

For ComboBox1, the Default property is blank.


This fails to reset it to blank. Am I missing something here?



So, I'm not really clear what the Choice Column is doing for you in this case.  If it is a lookup column that you are trying to use, then your ComboBox would have the items property set to the formula that would populate it from the PriceList list.  

BUT, this is all about populating the combobox with items.  The real question is...where are you saving this information and what kind of column is that?  The choice column is not going to do you any good here.  

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@RandyHayes I have to use a choice column as I have reached my limit of LookUp columns. 

The information is saving to a SharePoint List"Event Form".


Items property for the ComboBox is: Sort(Choices('Event Form'.PriceZoneLookup),Ascending) And this displays all the items in my PriceLevelDirectory SharePoint list.


Both "Event Form" and "PriceLevelDirectory" are SharePoint lists.


Thanks anyway for you're help I'm sure I will find a way to do this somehow.



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Option 2 worked in my scenario.  Thanks

@Rebetcha  Thank you verymuch for the solution. I used the second option 💪



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