ListView in VBA

Posted on 2003-03-02
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Last Modified: 2013-12-26
I am trying to get a ListView control to work in VBA.
I am using the syntax that I have successfully employed in Visual Basic, ie

Set objdli = lvFind.ListItems.Add(, , "Test")

but this generates a "Type Mismatch" error.

Any ideas?
Question by:Scaleplan
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Rhaedes earned 150 total points
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Hmmm.... There is nothing wrong with the syntax. I've just tried it in VBA (Excel 2000) and it works fine with both version 5 (SP2) and 6 (SP4). Try removing the Dim statement for the objdli if you have one. You may have declared it wrongly.

Author Comment

ID: 8053712
I'm using VBA in Business Objects Full Client - I wonder if this has any bearing?

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ID: 8053782
Thanks for accepting the anwser - Did you Dim objdli? If so, how?

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