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Posted on 2001-06-22
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I have a listview on a form - I can count the number of selected items asing the following code

        Dim li As ListItem
        Dim i As Long
       
        For Each li In ListView1.ListItems
            If li.Selected Then
                Debug.Print li.Index & " is selected" & vbCrLf
               
            End If
        Next

What I would now like to do is get the text in column 3 for each item selected and store it into an array - then reference each entry in the array passing it to another function

If you require any clarification please ask

DWE
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Dim li As ListItem
Dim i As Long
Dim SSubValue() As String
Dim n As Long

Redim SSUbValue(0)

ReDim Preserve SSubValues(ListView.ListItems.Count)
For Each li In ListView1.ListItems
    If li.Selected Then
       n = n + 1
       SSubValues(n) = li.SSubItems(3)
    End If
Next

Now, you have access to every array item by ListView.ListIndex var


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by:DWE
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A couple of typos but an excellent answer

Thanks Ark

DWE
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