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ListBox : Highlight the first item

Posted on 2001-07-25
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I have a ListBox has some items. To enable get multi selection, I set property MultiSelect = 2 (Extended) at design time. At run time, after loading my ListBox, I set default to the first item:

If (List1.ListCount > 0) Then
   List1.ListIndex = 0
End If

But the above command doesnt highlight to the first record (If I set property MultiSelect = 0 (None), it hightlights)

Thanks in advance

nguyenn
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try:

List1.Selected(0) = True
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by:nguyenn
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Thanks JonFish, it works

Have a nice day :)
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glad I could help!
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