MSAccess returning null value until selected row clicked twice

Have a bound listbox.

When I click on the first row I am not able to return the value selected unless I click a second time.

When I bind a textbox to the listbox I can also see the value showing only on the second click.
hertzgordmanAsked:
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
You did not post any info on:
If the listbosx is set to Multiselect?
How many columns the listbox has?
What code you are using now?
...ect

I typically avoid the onclick even and instead try to use the "AfterUpdate" event

This code works fine for me:

Private Sub Yourlistbox_AfterUpdate()
    MsgBox Me.Yourlistbox
End Sub
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hertzgordmanAuthor Commented:
The listbox is not set to MultiSelect.

In the afterupdate event I am running this piece of code:

MyRecordID = Nz(MyListBox.column(0))

This issue is that when you first click into the the listbox you can see the first row highlighted.  Yet MyListBox.Column(0) returns null.

When you then click the same row ago MyListBox.Colomn(0) now returns the expected value.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
Well I don't know the full scope of your app (the entire code, properties, ...settings, ...ect)...

These things being said, ...this simple example woks just fine for me...
Database125.mdb
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hertzgordmanAuthor Commented:
Thanks Boag will have look.  I am thinking its an issue related to a corrupted form or index. I will see if I can post a db to reproduce the error.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
<I am thinking its an issue related to a corrupted form or index>
Try the usual:
- Run the compact/repair utility
- decompile the database (http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/Performance/Decompile.asp)
- Create a blank new db, and import all the objects

Sometimes you can also try replacing the listbox, ...but sometimes you have to bite the bullet and recreate the form...
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hertzgordmanAuthor Commented:
Thanks Boag will try what you suggest...
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