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Hi!
If you simply need to open the same form for all items, you'd do:

dim intListCounter as integer, intListItem as integer

intListItem = Me!lstMyList.Items.Count - 1

for intListCounter = 0 to intListItems

if Me!lstMyList.Selected(intListCounter) = True then

DoCmd.OpenForm etc...

Happy programming

Me.Name
Nov 13 '05 #1
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DS
Geir Baardsen wrote:
Hi!
If you simply need to open the same form for all items, you'd do:

dim intListCounter as integer, intListItem as integer

intListItem = Me!lstMyList.Items.Count - 1

for intListCounter = 0 to intListItems

if Me!lstMyList.Selected(intListCounter) = True then

DoCmd.OpenForm etc...

Happy programming

Me.Name


I think what I need to do is open another ListBox with a where property
refering to the record in the first ListBox...This information needs to
go in a bound (Text Field)? bound to an order table.
Thanks
DS
Nov 13 '05 #2

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