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Selecting an index in a ListView control

Posted on 2007-11-16
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How do you set the selected index of a ListView control?

The equivalent code for a ListBox in VBA would be
Me.lsbActionR.ListIndex = 10
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Question by:Murray Brown
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by:pavaneeshkumar
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use following to set the list index
ListBox1.SelectedListIndex=10

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by:Murray Brown
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Hi I need that for a LIstView, not a listbox
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pavaneeshkumar earned 500 total points
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for listview it will change as follows
listView1.Items[indextoselect].Selected = true;
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listView1.Items[10].Selected = true;

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by:Murray Brown
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Great answer. Thank you
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