How do I change column headers on an Excel 2003 listbox using JUST VBA. Not using worksheets or the listbox rowsource.
(I could assign a name to some data on a worksheet, then assign the rowsource of the listbox = the name. At which point the column headers will be the first row.) Nonetheless, I would like to populate the column headers using strictly VBA.
i.e. I have tried the following which does not work.
me.listbox.columnheaders(1) = "Students" (Doesn't assign "Students" as the first column header.)
I have attached a sample Excel file another Experts - Exchange specialist helped me with. This file populates a listbox using VBA when the user presses "Refresh". Nonetheless, the first row of data does not show in the column header when using VBA to populate the listbox. (Maybe a way to change VBA to do this?)
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