I'm using Excel 2013 and have a user form with a multicolumn list box. Because of filtering from controls (text box, combo box, etc) and other reasons I've chosen to populate the list box with an array rather than via row source. At this time, the row source vs array is non-negotiable. The multicolumn list box works quite well except that the row headers are blank.
My research reveals that if you provide a row source then Excel will identify the column headers but if your source is from an array then there is no way to put column headers in. I refuse to accept that and figure someone out there knows of some quirky workaround. Sometimes things are accomplished with unique tricks and hopefully someone here can think of something. I've looked throughout the web and haven't found any concrete solutions without binding data to a range... at which point you might as well go with row source.
Any thoughts on how to populate the column headers while using the array source? Thanks!