problem related to autotextbox

by Imran Tanveer » Sat, 27 Feb 2010 13:19:12 GMT


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 Hello everyone,
 I am making some interfaces and facing a problem.I am using autotextbox in
one of my interface,i want the options that appearing the autotextbox shud
all be hyperlinks so that clicking any options take the user to that
specified location.Please anybody help me out.

Thanks in Advance!!

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