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Okay, I'm learning.....

The mail merge works like a charm.  One more bit of functionality I need to add.  

I select a document from the combo box, the appropriate people show up.  The user selects any number of the records in ListBox1 to transfer to ListBox2.  

I need to send the mail merged form letter to all the selected records from ListBox2.

I understand that would be a For..Next Loop, but do I use the count property?  ListIndex?  I'm unclear and my syntax is breaking the form.  

Please help!!
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ndb earned 150 total points
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Hi,

Try this:

For i = 0 to List1.ListCount - 1
  If List1.Selected(i) Then
    Debug.Print List1.List(i)
  End If
Next i

This will print each item that the user selected.
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by:ambulance
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Duh!  Why didn't I come up with that?!  
Harumph....

Thanks.
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