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Old September 30th, 2006, 09:04 PM
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I am very new to VB.NET, just started taking a class in school... my background is in web development primarily.

Anyway, what I am trying to figure out today is, I have a form created with a listbox. I want the users to be able to make a selection from the list box and then click a button, and then depending on what they selected from the listbox, something would be displayed in a label on another part of the form. The premise of the application is that is 'translates' the vague error messages a user might give a support tech, into what they really meant to say. How do I code the listbox and button?:)

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In the event handler for your button click do something like this:

Dim item as new listitem

For each item in listbox1.items
   if item.selected then
    'Do something here
   end if
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