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VB.net Drag item out of ListBox

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I want my users to be able to drag an item out of a ListBox. What code would I use to do this?

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What is different about this than your last question? Are you saying "move" versus "copy"?
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Hi. Yes.

Once I have dragged into the RichTextBox, I want the user to drag out of that RichTextBox into a further ListBox below for saving favourite items. So when I drag in from the RichTextBox, I want to add this item and when I drag out of the favourites ListBox. I want that item to be deleted
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