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Default First Row in List Box

how do i make the first record in my list box selected....

i've tried [itemdata] & [selected] but no joy... i urgently need to solve this..

any help appreciated

thanks
benyaw
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Dale Fye

8/22/2022 - Mon
Scott McDaniel (EE MVE )

To select the first row:

Me.YourListview.Selected(0) = True
Dale Fye

Scott,

That will select the first item, but if you immediately print the value of the list, it will still be null.  I use

Me.lst_Numbers = Me.lst_Numbers.ItemData(-Me.lst_Numbers.ColumnHeads)

you could use 0 as the index # for ItemData, but if you have ColumnHeads turned on, it will not work, so I generally just use this all of the time.
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Dale Fye

Actually, you need two lines, one to set the value and the other to actually select the item in the list:

Me.lst_Numbers = Me.lst_Numbers.ItemData(-Me.lst_Numbers.ColumnHeads)
Me.lst_Numbers.selected(-Me.lst_Numbers.ColumnHeads) = true

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Dale Fye

Scott,

you are correct, my bad.  Have not had my coffee yet.  I was thinking you had to set the value of the list as well, so I guess the 2nd line would suffice for all circumstances.

Me.lst_Numbers.selected(-Me.lst_Numbers.ColumnHeads) = true