Checked list: is it possible in VBA?


R

Redo

Hi all,

I've just 3 short questions for you:

1 - Is it possible build a checked list box (or checked combobox) in VBA
Form?

2 - If it is possible, is it necessary to add a particular library reference
in Tools->references?

3 - If it is possible, could you post a short piece of code about that?


Thanks a lot!!
 
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Jan De Messemaeker

Hi,

1. In the properties of a listbox, for List Style select 1 -
fmlistsyleoption

2. Not necessary, but you may miss some of the help for that API.

3. Both are manual settings, so which code?

Hope this helps,

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Mike Glen

Hi Redo,

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Hi all,

I've just 3 short questions for you:

1 - Is it possible build a checked list box (or checked combobox) in VBA
Form?

2 - If it is possible, is it necessary to add a particular library reference
in Tools->references?

3 - If it is possible, could you post a short piece of code about that?


Thanks a lot!!
 
R

Redo

"Jan De Messemaeker" <[email protected]> ha scritto nel messaggio

1. In the properties of a listbox, for List Style select 1 -
fmlistsyleoption
2. Not necessary, but you may miss some of the help for that API.

3. Both are manual settings, so which code?

Hope this helps,
Thank you for your reply.
The problem is I would like to enable a multiple choice by a drop down menu
with a list of checked boxes;
Something like that: http://www.danfernandez.com/view/view.aspx?ID=157
I found this link:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/Visual_Basic/VB_Script/Q_24060703.html
but, in my VBA editor, I can't find "Microsoft ListView Control 6.0" the
link above refer to....
 
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