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Listbox to Listbox (dif. forms)

Posted on 2004-08-24
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Anyone know the code for clicking an item in a listbox on one form, and by doing so copying that item to a different listbox on a different form?  Found a couple of book references for doing this between listboxes on *same* form, but not this.  Thanks!
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This should not be a problem as long as the forms are in the same project.  You reference the listbox in the second form like this:

Form2.List2.Additem(...) 'Reference List2 on Form2
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