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I have a aspx page that have two list views.  The one of the left shows the current amenities and the one of the right shows available amenities excluding what is on the left.  I have an two buttons in the middle for the user to click (add << or Remove >>).  

When a user select additional amenities from the right and the button move it to the left.  I would like a save button at the bottom to commit the changes, but I don't know how to write that in VB.NET can anyone help?

 
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There were still additional questions regarding the article.  Was able to figure out.
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