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Hello, I am having a bit of a problem ordering items in a listview.  I actually have two listviews.  On the top one, you double click an item, and it goes down to the bottom one.  This works perfectly.  However, I would like them not to remain in the order that they are in the top listview.  For instance, I want whatever item I click on first to be the first item in the bottom one, second to be the second in the bottom one, and so forth.  Is this possible?  Thanks in advance.
  -Al
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selectgt earned 200 total points
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hmm.. not exactly sure what you're saying but hopefully this will help.  I just whipped it up as an example maybe you could look over and find useful?



Dim itmX As ListItem, tmpPosition As Integer
tmpPosition = ListView2.ListItems.Count - 1
Set itmX = ListView2.ListItems.Add(tmpPosition, ListView1.SelectedItem.Key, ListView1.SelectedItem.Text)
itmX.SubItems(1) = ListView1.SelectedItem.SubItems(1)
itmX.SubItems(2) = ListView1.SelectedItem.SubItems(2)
ListView1.ListItems.Remove ListView1.SelectedItem.Index
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by:Dabas
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selectgt's solution looks right to me, as the first parameter of .ListItems.Add determines WHERE in the listview the new item is added to.

On the other hand, a listview will naturally add items in the order they are placed, so you should not have had a problem in the first place!

My guess is that you probably have set the second listview to have the same sort order as your first one.

Please make sure that your bottom ListView has the sorted property set to false (and that you do not set it to true in code)

If it was set to true, then your original program should already sort the items properly. If this is not the case, then the selectgt's code should solve the problem for you.
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Sorry, I let this one get away and forgot about it.  Thanks all for answers.
  -AL
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