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Excel: Listboxes automatically fire when I scroll over the box

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This is a question to chain of modifications to my Dashboard.  An issue that I found is that when I scroll over any listbox in the spreadsheet, it automatically fires the command (double clicks).  It should only allow the mouse pointer to begin the mouse scroll, nothing more.

Any ideas?       NOC-Reports-r28.xlsm
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Question by:Maliki Hassani
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by:SiddharthRout
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It doesn't for me...

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by:Maliki Hassani
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Sid:  I believe if you select an id and scroll over a different listboxes this triggers it.
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I think I know what you mean but that is because you have specified it that way :)

The ListBox1_LostFocus event will fire every time you select it and then move the focus away from ListBox1

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