I am trying to work best I can with the limitation of the ComboBox in VB6. I need to display two categories of data in the drop down and have been trying to write a routine to format everything so it places spaces to try and make the second "column" line up. My problem is it never seems to be consistent. Simply using the Spaces() method and subtracting the length of the length of the string of the second column isn't working. This is due, I think, to the font pitch being different on every line item.
I know I can't be the first one who has needed multiple column capability and was wondering if anyone else has a trick to make the display do a reasonable job of emulating multiple columns?