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A question about the Click event for ListBox

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Hello!

If you drag a ListBox into a windowform and then right click on this ListBox
and then chose property.
When you have the properties up click on the flash symbol for seeing all the
events for this ListBox.

The property page where you can see all the events I call property event
page.

Now to my question why isn't there any item for the Click event to select in
the property event page.
Because the ListBox has this type of event.
If the instance of the class ListBox is called listBox1 and you write
listBox. note I have a dot(.) after the object listBox1 you will see that
there exist an event called Click.

Can somebody explain this for me?

//Tony
May 5 '06 #1
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Hi Tony,

I am using VS 2005 IDE. When I click on the properties, i am getting
the Click event in the event list.
Reshma
"tony" <jo*****************@telia.com> wrote in message
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Hello!

If you drag a ListBox into a windowform and then right click on this
ListBox
and then chose property.
When you have the properties up click on the flash symbol for seeing all
the
events for this ListBox.

The property page where you can see all the events I call property event
page.

Now to my question why isn't there any item for the Click event to select
in
the property event page.
Because the ListBox has this type of event.
If the instance of the class ListBox is called listBox1 and you write
listBox. note I have a dot(.) after the object listBox1 you will see that
there exist an event called Click.

Can somebody explain this for me?

//Tony

May 5 '06 #2

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