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Posted on 2012-04-02
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I like to show some items (like For n = 0 to 10) as selected in a list box using vba code,
but below code working only for the final value of 'n' ,
Can you please help me? In my list box there is three columns in a row.

 Me.List_SLCInsert.Selected(n) = True

I can load the values in list box (its property is set as extended), but selection is not working..

Thanks in Advance

George
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
ID: 37800552
try this

dim n
With Me.List_SLCInsert
      for n=0 to 10
              .selected(n)=true

      next

End with

Set the Multi Select property of the Listbox to Simple
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by:gtmathewDallas
ID: 37801407
Its giving the same result as before,

The loop is working fine and the elements are adding to the list box properly, but canot show the values as selected there.

Here is the code,



slcnt = UBound(flds)
                           
                            With Me.List_SLCInsert

                            For n = 0 To slcnt - 1
                                    'To load the assigned values in list box
                                    '=======================================
                                     Dim rst As DAO.Recordset
                                     Set rst = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM SUB_LEDGER where Sl_Id = CInt('" & (flds(n)) & "') ")
                                     Me.List_SLCInsert.AddItem "'" & rst!Sl_Id & "';'" & rst!Sl_Number & "';'" & rst!Account_Number & "';'" & rst!Title & "'"
                                     'Me.List_SLCInsert.Selected(l) = True
                                     .Selected(n) = True
                                    '===========
                              Next n
                              End With



Thanks,
George
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 2000 total points
ID: 37801598
gtmathewDallas,

add all the items to the listbox from your recordset, after that, use the codes

                                     Dim rst As DAO.Recordset
                                     Set rst = CurrentDb.OpenRecordset("SELECT * FROM SUB_LEDGER where Sl_Id = CInt('" & (flds(n)) & "') ")
                                     Me.List_SLCInsert.AddItem "'" & rst!Sl_Id & "';'" & rst!Sl_Number & "';'" & rst!Account_Number & "';'" & rst!Title & "'"


slcnt = UBound(flds)
                           
                            With Me.List_SLCInsert

                            For n = 0 To slcnt - 1

                                 .Selected(n) = True
                                    '===========
                              Next n
                              End With
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by:gtmathewDallas
ID: 37801743
Great ! Its working fine, Thank You so much  capricorn1,
George
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