list Box

Posted on 1998-05-29
Last Modified: 2010-05-03
How to turn checkmark on in the listbox when adding items to the list box with style property setting = 1 ?
Question by:mathiv
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Select this item. On style 1 the item will checked then.

list1.selected(index) = true


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This might be a bit easier:

List1.Additem "Test"
List1.Selected(List1.Newindex).Selected = True


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