Help wiring switched double gang receptacle at end of circuit

We are in the processing of completely rewiring a screened-in freestanding outdoor pool house. We have 14/2 outdoor rated wire coming into the structure. We'll have 2 runs of wire from the entry point into the back of the building - one run to each side of the building. One will go to a ceiling fan and a series of single gang receptacles, and the other will go to a couple of single gang receptacles, and at the end of that run, we want to put a double gang combination that includes a combo switch receptacle and 2 more receptacles, followed by a double gang receptacle to finish that half of the circuit. Here's a rough idea of what it will look like:
|--------| |--------| end | R R |_____| S R |______ <-----power line of | R R | | R R | circuit |--------| |--------| ^ | combo switch receptacle
We want the receptacles in the second-to-last box (the one on the right above) to all be hot all the time, and the switch on the upper left to control ALL the receptacles in the box on the left above - the box at the end of the run.
While we have experience with straighforward wiring, we don't have any experience with the combo switch receptacles, and we're not sure exactly how we should wire this up. But since we're starting from scratch, and the wall are all open, we can wire however we need - we just haven't been able to find any information on exactly this type of combination.
Can anyone assist, or point us to some references that would include this kind of wiring diagram?
Thanks!
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Please use "Fixed Font" (not Proportional Font) option to view the diagram in my post above. Sorry about that - didn't realize that was a choice!
NJLauri wrote:

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NJLauri wrote:

In the next to last box connect all of your nuetrals (white) together with the nuetral feeding the last box. The hot (black) feeding the last box goes to one side of the switch (load side) and the hot from the power line goes to the other side of the switch (line side) and the outlets in the next to last box. All of the grounds get connected to each other and the boxes if they are metal boxes.
Your combo-switch may only needs one hot connection from the power line to power both the switch and receptacle. You will need to check this out on the diagram that comes with the fixture. See figure 1-25 on this page (last one):
http://www.free-ed.net/sweethaven/BldgConst/Electrical01/ConElec06_Main.asp?iNum 03#fig1-25
Your last box would take the place of the light fixture in the diagram.
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RayV wrote:

http://www.free-ed.net/sweethaven/BldgConst/Electrical01/ConElec06_Main.asp?iNum 03#fig1-25
Thanks very much for your help. We'll try it out!
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NJLauri wrote:

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I didn't see any reference to GFCI protection.
Has it been provided upstream of the pool house?
Jim
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Hi Jim!
Thanks for your question. Our plan was to install a GFCI immediately after the circuit enters the pool house, run the line from the GFCI into a work box, and split it there to run to both sides of the pool house. We figured that way the GFCI will protect the entire 15 amp circuit.
Does that sound like a reasonable plan?
~Lauri
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NJLauri wrote:

Sounds like a plan :-) Jim

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