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dalacarelia_196
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ListBox1.SelectedItemsText.Value

Hello out there !

 

Iam trying to solve my problem . 

I am using a ListboxSample and i am trying to collect from the listbox 

and errors 

If i use ListBox1.Selected.Value it gives the answer from the last post in my textboxbild1.JPG

 

But i want to have all 3 valuesin my textbox how can i do that . 

When i try with ListBox1.SelectedItemsText.Value or ListBox1.SelectedItems.Value

bad one only the red dot . 

 

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Re: ListBox1.SelectedItemsText.Value

@dalacarelia_196 

You can use CONCAT to get all of the values.

 

Concat(ListBox1.SelectedItems,Value&" ")

 

To make sure the final blank space is removed you can do this more complicated formula

 

Left(
    Concat(ListBox1.SelectedItems,Value&" "),
    Len(Concat(ListBox1.SelectedItems,Value&" "))-1
)

 

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Super User

Re: ListBox1.SelectedItemsText.Value

@dalacarelia_196 

You can use CONCAT to get all of the values.

 

Concat(ListBox1.SelectedItems,Value&" ")

 

To make sure the final blank space is removed you can do this more complicated formula

 

Left(
    Concat(ListBox1.SelectedItems,Value&" "),
    Len(Concat(ListBox1.SelectedItems,Value&" "))-1
)

 

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dalacarelia_196
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Re: ListBox1.SelectedItemsText.Value

Thanks for your fast answer now i realize that it like a recordset and text can only show singel values .

Good lesson for me:

dalacarelia_196
Level: Powered On

Re: ListBox1.SelectedItemsText.Value

Thanks this is very good help 4 me 🙂 

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