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checked listbox control

Posted on 2007-12-02
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I am using vb.net
I am developing a program using visual basic project......... smart device application.
I would like to use a "checked listbox control" with my application.

When I select the toolbox....... device controls, the "checked listbox control" is not available.

So, I select the menu... Tools Add/Remove toolbox items.

In the "customize toolbox" list....     "checked listbox control" ...is already selected with a tick.
However, it is not available in the toolbox????????

I have tried selecting it and click OK etc etc but it is stil not available.

Any ideas?

Thanks

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Jaime Olivares earned 500 total points
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as far as I know, there is not checked listbox for compact framework. But you can use a ListView with CheckBoxes property.
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Thank you very much jaime.

Listview will do the job

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