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Listbox with '1-checkbox' option... vb6

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List1.ListIndex = -1     '<-- takes away the highlight from current selection (leaving its checked unchecked)
List1.<I need code to uncheck the selection as well>    '<-- there will be one selection

List1.Selected(2) = True   '<-- works fine, highlights and checks its checkbox

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Question:  How can I get rid of the check for the old item.

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Question by:Mike Eghtebas
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List1.Selected(index) = False

Will uncheck the old item, when you provide the correct index
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