Multiple list box items - save to a table Access VBA

Hi Experts I am trying to add items [with multiple columns(3)] in a list box to a table fields. Can you please help me to get it finished, Please help,
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gtmathewDallasAsked:
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Dale FyeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
If there are no items selected in the list, then you just need to loop through the rows in the list:
Dim intLoop as integer

for intLoop = 0 to me.list2.listcount - 1

        strSQL1 = "INSERT INTO Employee_Room_Status " _
                 & "(L_Name, F_Name, M_Name, Person_Number, Room_ID, Date_Added) " _
                 & "Values ('" & Me.List2.Column(0, intLoop) & "', '" _
                               & Me.List2.Column(1, intLoop) & "', '" _
                               & Me.List2.Column(2, intLoop) & "', '" _
                               & Me.List2.Column(3, intLoop) & "','" _
                               & lastID & "',Date())"
         
        CurrentDb.Execute strSQL1, dbFailOnError

Next intLoop

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Seems odd though that all of those field types are strings.  If they are not strings, then you do not need to wrap them in single quotes the way you have.
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PatHartmanConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Usually, you only need to save the ID column.  Sometimes, you want to copy columns from the combo or list box for reference to unbound controls.  To do that:

Me.somecontrol = Me.cboMyCombo.Column.(1)
Me.somecontrol2 = Me.cboMyCombo.Column.(2)

The Columns of a combo or listbox are a zero-based array.  That means that the first column is (0) and is usually the bound column.  The second column is (1), the third is (2), etc.  Open the RowSource query and count the columns to determine what its column number will be.
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gtmathewDallasAuthor Commented:
Its an unbound form, purely using vba code to insert the data, I think i have to use some loops in vba to save it.. please help
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Dale FyeCommented:
Try something like:
Dim varItem as Variant
Dim strSQL as string

for each varItem in me.lstBoxName.ItemsSelected

    strSQL = "INSERT INTO yourTable (field1, field2, field3) " _
                & "Values(" & me.lstBoxName.column(0, varItem) & ", " _
                                    & me.lstBoxName.column(1, varItem) & ", " _
                                    & me.lstboxname.column(2, varItem) & ")"
    currentdb.Execute strsql, dbfailonerror

Next

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If you declare a variant (varItem) you can then loop through the list of records returned by the ItemsSelected property of the list, and use that value as the [Row] argument of the listboxes column property.

Note the code above assumes that each of those values is numeric, which is rarely the case.  and like Pat mentions above, you rarely need to write all of the field values of the list to a new table, generally just the PK associated with each of those items.
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gtmathewDallasAuthor Commented:
Its working to add one data, but I have to add all the data from the list box.
There is no selected items in this listbox(List2).  the items in this list box(List2) is added from another list box (list1).

I used the method in the below link to move the item from List1 to List2.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278378

Here is my current code,

        Dim varItem1 As Variant
        Dim strSQL1 As String

        For Each varItem1 In Me.List2.ItemsSelected

        strSQL1 = "INSERT INTO Employee_Room_Status (L_Name, F_Name,M_Name, Person_Number, Room_ID, Date_Added) Values ('" & Me.List2.Column(0, varItem1) & "', '" & Me.List2.Column(1, varItem1) & "', '" & Me.List2.Column(2, varItem1) & "', '" & Me.List2.Column(3, varItem1) & "','" & lastID & "',Date())"
         
        CurrentDb.Execute strSQL1, dbFailOnError

        Next
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gtmathewDallasAuthor Commented:
Perfect.. Thanks a lot... fyed and PatHartman
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