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    Help me!!! Listbox select



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    HI everyone,

    I want to appearance title and ID drug in listbox 2

    and then if I 1 click >| the ID and name drug from FIST Row in listbox2 appearance in textbox1 (name drug), textbox11(ID drug)
    2 click >| the ID and name drug from SECOND Row in listbox2 appearance in textbox2 (name drug), textbox12(ID drug)
    3 click >| the ID and name drug from THIRD Row in listbox2 appearance in textbox1 (name drug), textbox11(ID drug)
    Pls see the attack file

    Thank you so much
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Puls View Post
    Try this out.

    That great Mr. Ken Puls, but i want to sort by second column in listbox2 (sort by ID Drug)

    Thank again

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    I think this should do it.
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    Ken Puls, FCPA, FCMA, MS MVP (Excel)

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    Perfect, thank Mr. Ken Puls

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