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I have command button, which i need to select one item
in the text box by mouse clicking and moving that one item
to a second text box.

Any one have any ideas?
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Question by:SDGEORGEC
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by:Microsoft
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if you have a command button and you want to transfer the details from text box 1 to text box 2 then follow this code below,

private sub command_click()

text2=text1

end sub

im still not sure thats what you want



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or do you mean you have a listbox and you want to beable to click on that item and make it appear in a second text box?
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Ryan Chong earned 50 total points
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Hi SDGEORGEC, text2=text1.seltext?

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by:nikelsh
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hi, SDGEORGEC

as per i understood u have two text box and command button
in between that and wanted selected item goes on click to the second textbox. A seggesation why do'nt u use insted of text box listbox.

and use this code for transfering data from one listbox to another
 
Private Sub List1_Click(Index As Integer)
Select Case Index
    Case 0
       tem = List1(0).Text
    Case 1

End Select
End Sub

Private Sub Command1_Click()
On Error GoTo handler:
 
      If tem = "" Then Exit Sub
         List1(1).AddItem tem
exit sub
handler:
End Sub
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