add records to database and more records are being entered

Posted on 2011-05-05
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
hello I have a database attached: when I add records to listbox and then add to database- for some reason - more records are appearing in database- if you just add one- i think it works right- but if you add more- than alot of records show up- can you see my problem- thank you
Question by:davetough
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ID: 35702448
How do you "add records to listbox"? A Listbox is not a user-editable control.

When you upload a database, you should include EXPLICIT instructions to recreate the issue. For example, "Open FormA, click ButtonB and then enter something TextboxC".
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GRayL earned 2000 total points
ID: 35702456
In click event   cmdAddtoDatabase_Click()


Do Until x = Me.lstIds.ListCount


    Do Until x = Me.lstIds.ListCount-1

remember all these events are zero-based.


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ID: 35702922
Thanks GRayL and yes your right LSM- i usually try to do that-not here though

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