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Old November 3rd, 2003, 11:22 AM
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Default add multiple list to textbox

I have a text field named txtEquipment on a bound form . On the form I have an unbound listbox, RowSourceType set to ValueList and contains a list of equipment.

I want to select an item from the list box, bouble click to add it to txtEquipment. I am able to do that. Now, I want to select another item in the listbox, double click the listbox and add the next equipment in a new line in txtEquipment without replacing the previous entry.

How can I do this? Thanks for any suggestion
 
Old November 3rd, 2003, 01:10 PM
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In your double-click code use something like the following:
Code:
If Nz(me.txtEquipment,"")="" then
   me.txtEquipment=me.listbox
else
   me.txtEquipment=me.txtEquipment & vbcrlf & me.listbox
End If

Brian Skelton
Braxis Computer Services Ltd.





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