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Default list boxes


Basically, my list box works if you use the option properties multi select "none". When you choose one. it populates the distubuteto column on my table. If you choose the list box property to "simple" or "extended" it does not work. I just need to find out wht i have to do to get the multi option to work.

What code does it please need?

List54 is the name of the list box

found out it dont work causes headaches as linking to one column...

is there a way then of selecting the items, clicking a add button. When you click the add button the data moves across to a text box on the same form. when the user clicks then add record. the text box is then linked to the column in the table?

Anyone know what code i can use for this behind the add button please?

Jo x

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