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Need location of a ListBox's SelectedItem so I can place another control right next to it.

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I have a button on a form which needs to be moved right next to the selected item in a ListBox each time the user selects an item in that ListBox.  How can I get the y value of the selected item?
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Use GetItemRectangle method. The method will return a Rectangle. Use Y property of the Rectangle for the y coordinate.
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It was right under my nose :)
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Thanks
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