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Additem (multiple) from selected in listbox into combobox

Posted on 2006-05-24
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Hi,

I have a listbox that when you select an item it adds it into a combo box.  This is all working fine but I wish to add the value from listbox column 1 into combo box column 1 and then the value from listbox column 2 into combobox column 2.  For some reason when I try to add the second parameter to specify the column I get an error.  Below is the current code that I am using

Private Sub lbxProduct_Change()

Dim iCount, i As Integer
Dim strProd, strProd2 As String

    iCount = 0

    cboPrimaryProduct.Clear

    For i = 0 To lbxProduct.ListCount - 1
        If lbxProduct.Selected(i) Then
            iCount = iCount + 1
            strProd = lbxProduct.List(i, 0)
            strProd2 = lbxProduct.List(i, 1)
            With cboPrimaryProduct
                .AddItem (strProd, 0)                                     'This is where the error is
                .AddItem (strProd2, 1)
            End With
        End If
    Next i
           
    lblTest.Caption = iCount

End Sub
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Question by:wobbled
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GrahamSkan earned 2000 total points
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Additem adds a row, so add the first column data, then add the second column data into the row.

            With cboPrimaryProduct
                .AddItem strProd
                .List(.ListCount - 1, 1) = strProd2
            End With
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by:wobbled
ID: 16759514
Brilliant, Thanks for that
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