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Posted on 2006-06-29
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I am having problems with what I think should be a simple thing to figure out..  Anyway I would like to view the record below a selected list view item for comparison.
I know for the selected item it is:

ListView1.SelectedItems.Item(0).ToString()

but how could you read the item(s) on the line below as well?

Thanks in advance!
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Question by:John Gates,
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To get the next item in the list, you can do (taking into consideration that you should check that you're not currently on the last item!):

        ListView1.Items(ListView1.SelectedItems.Item(0).Index + 1)
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by:John Gates,
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How would you check if you were at the last item>?
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To check that, you need to check the index of the current item against the total number of items in the list:

       Dim objItem As Object

        If ListView1.SelectedItems.Item(0).Index <> ListView1.Items.Count - 1 Then
            objItem = ListView1.Items(ListView1.SelectedItems.Item(0).Index + 1)
        Else
            MsgBox("You are at the last item")
        End If
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Thank you for your help 8)
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