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Each Item Selected in listbox

Posted on 2007-12-05
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I have a listbox that I want to cycle through.  When i cycle through I want to have the user input a value in an inputbox and perform an action.  

My question is that in order to do this I need data from an unbound column in the listbox.  Here is my code sor far:
Private Sub cmdReceiveItem_Click()
 
Dim varItm As Variant
Dim varReceieveAmount As Integer
 
For Each varItm In Me.lstParts.ItemsSelected
 MsgBox Me.lstParts.ItemData(varItm)'Works fine for each item selected
   'MsgBox Me.lstParts.Column(2) 'This just returns the last item selected
 
   varReceieveAmount = InputBox("How many items are you receiving for" & Chr(13) & "Part - " & Me.lstParts.Column(2) & " - " & Me.lstParts.Column(3) & "") ' This obviously has the same issue with only having data for the last item selected in listbox
   
Next
End Sub

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ahh... nevermind.  I figured it out.

MsgBox Me.lstParts.Column(2, varItm)
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