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Is it possible to do something such as this: When creating a user in the web interface, setup the form so that certain fields have a dropdown list of available values, thus preventing the user from having to type in those values every time. I'd actually like to prohibit the user from typing those values in some instances.

For example. Instead of the user typing in data into the field "department", they would see a dropdown list of pre-populate options to choose from.

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Jumped the gun on asking this I guess, found what I was after here: http://www.adaxes.com/tutorials_Simplif ... tments.htm

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