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How do I refill a userform listbox after a new entry has been added?

This question may have been asked a few times - but I could not find an answer online.

I have created a userform which displays the customer's name and other information. I can successfully amend the data and write it back to the spreadsheet. I've also written a procedure that sorts the name of the customer: It's a named range.

I wish that the listbox is refilled again - without having to close the userform - in such a way that the customer name is sorted from A to Z.

Thanks for your help.

This is the code which is executed when the information is saved to the spreadsheet. What next?
 
Private Sub btnÄndern_Click()
    
   With Range("Kunden_mit_Adresse").Cells(lstKundenListe.ListIndex + 1, 1)
        .Offset(, 0) = cmbAnrede.Value
        .Offset(, 1) = txtKundenName.Value
        .Offset(, 2) = txtAdresse.Value
        .Offset(, 3) = txtStrassenNummer.Value
        .Offset(, 4) = txtPLZ.Value
        .Offset(, 5) = txtOrt.Value
        .Offset(, 6) = txtTelefonPrivat.Value
        .Offset(, 7) = txtTelefonGeschäft.Value
    End With


End Sub

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userform.xlsm
Microsoft ExcelVisual Basic Classic

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Massimo Scola

8/22/2022 - Mon
Rory Archibald

Add:
lbTarget.List = rngSourceKunde.Cells.Value

to the end of that procedure.
Massimo Scola

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Hi rorya

I've added it at the end of the procedure, but I get an error message. The rngSourceKunde is not a variable. Am I missing something?
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thanks a lot - it worked
sorry for the late "thank you"
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
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