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How do you load items from a listbox into a variable?

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How would I load the contents in my listbox into a variable?
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You can do something like this:

Dim i as Integer
Dim myVar as String

For i = 0 to ListBox1.ListCount - 1
    myVar = ListBox1.List(i) & ";"
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by:Taylor814
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I had to add:

myVar = myVar & ListBox1.List(i) & ";"
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Sorry about that.
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