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add 2 columns of listbox from another listbox

Posted on 2014-03-13
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vba excel 2010 userform listbox

Trying to loop through listbox1 and add the first 2 columns to listbox2


Listbox1 has 42 columns
Listbox2 has 2 columns

Dim iIndex
    Dim s As Long, j As Long, k As Long

    With ListBox1
        s = .ListIndex

        ListBox2.AddItem .List(s, 0), 0
        ListBox2.AddItem .List(s, 1), 0
        j = ListBox2.ListCount - 1

        For k = 1 To .ColumnCount - 1
            ListBox2.List(j, k) = .List(s, k)
        Next k
    End With


This is only adding one row and not completely right

Thanks
fordraiders
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

If you want the first 2 of listbox1 in listbox2 pls try

Dim arrListBxList As Variant
arrListBxList = ListBox1.List
ReDim Preserve arrListBxList(UBound(arrListBxList, 1), 1)
ListBox2.List = arrListBxList

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As for your code you loop the ListBox1. Columns instead of the Listbox2.Columns and I don't see a loop for the rows

Regards
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by:fordraiders
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rgonzo, worked great.

I have a weird question: i expanded the data needed to , I THINK column 13

UserForm2.ListBox52.Clear

Dim arrListBxList As Variant
arrListBxList = ListBox32.List
ReDim Preserve arrListBxList(UBound(arrListBxList, 1), 13)
ListBox52.List = arrListBxList


45 pt;60 pt;0 pt;0 pt;0 pt;0 pt;0 pt;0 pt;0 pt;0 pt;30 pt;0 pt;0 pt


I had to set my column count 13 and the column widths as above..

i need to see, columns 0,1,10...

I dont understand the math of 13 in the code...

Thanks very much !!
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by:Rgonzo1971
ID: 39928614
Hi

They are 0-based array so if you want 13 columns you have to give 12 as parameter on the redim

on your example the 30pt col is the 11th not the 13th
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