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I want to use the DELETE key on keyboard to delete a item in a LISTBOX but have not had much luck!
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subhashgarg earned 100 total points
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Use the KeyUp event for the list box and check the keycode for 46. If you want to delete the highlighted entry, irrespective of the focus, then set the form 'KeyPreview' property to TRUE and
check the same keycode in form's KeyUP event.

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by:adeline072898
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You are truely the best!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you very much for responding so quickly

Regards Adeline
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