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listBox column headers in VBA

Posted on 2000-02-23
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I placed a listBox directly on a word document.  I set the columnHead property to true but I can't find a way to put text into the column headings.  How can I do this?
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Hi SteveW,

it seems that it is a Office 97 restriction that a.o. the column heading cannot be populated in a.o. Word. Information found in following article:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q164/3/43.asp

Sorry, maybe Office 2000 can handle this.

Calacuccia
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Office 2000 cannot do this either.
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I just paid 10 points for this <sigh> I'll get you for this Calacuccia, it's a conspiracy I tell you :)

SteveW
Could you insert a Excel sheet and put your list in A2:Awhatever and then set the list range to A2:Awhatever and place your heading in A1.

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