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Old July 7th, 2007, 08:41 PM
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Anyone know of a way to accomplish a multu colum listbox? I have tried a few differnt Ideas I have had and no luck I can't seem to find any thing wiht the trusty Google search either.. I basicly want to take the information from 6 feilds in a Table and put them in a list box Side by Side. This is for an application I am converting from VBA in Access to an ASP page this is easy to do in VBA but so far im not having any luck in ASP


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As far as a formatted multicolum list box, I have never sen one in classic ASP. I have however placed vaues next to each other. I sure you are aware this is possible, its nothing fancy...

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Yeah Thats what I thought I was just hoping, and just placing the values next to each other dosent have the look I am going for So what I ended up doing is creating a Cascading Style Sheet and making a Table that has a scroll on it, Actualy looks good.. Again Matt Thank you for your response. You are always a great help.


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Thankyou for your comments. Its nice to help others when I can, especially in a place which has helped me so much. Some very smart members around here...

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