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Keeping a list box scrolled to the bottom.

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I'm a VB newbie so bear with me. I have a list box that accepts user input as ya go along. I would like it so that everytime a new item is added and placed at the bottom of the list, the list box automatically scrolls / stays at the bottom. Any help would be appreciated. I'm sure that there is a simple solution, but I just can't figure it out.

Thanks in advance

--Naylin
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You must define the ListIndex property :
 List1.ListIndex = List1.NewIndex
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Thank you for your quick response!!!
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