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Sending data from List Box

Posted on 2012-03-22
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Hi, i have a piece of code that sends data from a list box in one excel workbook to a sheet in another excel workbook.

The code is below

The problem is it sends all entries from the listbox whereas i only want it to send the item that has been selected by the user

How can i achieve this?

Thanks
Seamus


Private Sub SendingData_Click()
Dim NextCell As Range
Dim arrList



     Set NextCell = Workbooks("Match.xls").Worksheets("Mapping Table").Range("B" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1)

      arrList = ListBox2.List

     NextCell.Resize(UBound(arrList)).value = arrList
End Sub
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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If it's a single select listbox, then it's just:

Private Sub SendingData_Click()
Dim NextCell As Range
Dim arrList



     Set NextCell = Workbooks("Match.xls").Worksheets("Mapping Table").Range("B" & Rows.Count).End(xlUp).Offset(1)

     NextCell.value = Listbox2.Value
End Sub

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Cheers Rory!
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