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adding item to list view exits sub if its a duplicate.

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how can i add a item to a listview while having it exit sub if its a duplicate?
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Question by:andyakira
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Ryan Chong earned 250 total points
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Try use FindItem method, like:

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Dim tmpItem As ListItem, i As Integer
    Set tmpItem = listview1.FindItem(mytext)
    If tmpItem Is Nothing Then
        i = listview1.ListItems.Count + 1
        'listview1.Sorted = False
        listview1.ListItems.Add i, , myext
        'listview1.Sorted = True
    End If
...

cheers
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by:andyakira
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works great, ty
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