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    Populating selected range to listbox

    Hi,

    I tried to populate selected range from worksheet to listbox.
    But notice that the whole thing gone wrong....

    Private Sub CommandButton1_Click()
    ListBox1.Value = Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("C:D;H:J;L;U:X;AI;AL:AM")
    End Sub

    I would like to have only the red range to be in the list box.


    can some one help me with this?

    really appreciate your help.

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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    I think you don't need a CommandButton click event to populate the ListBox.
    Why not populate the ListBox with UserForm initialize event?

    Place the below code into the UserForm Module.

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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    Thank you very much sir.... that's very nice.

    Just wondering why I only can see 6 items on the list box ? I have set 12 items.


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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    I didn't scroll to the right on the sheet and missed those columns.
    Replace the existing code with the following one.
    The red colored numbers in the code are the column indexes which are to be populated in the ListBox.
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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

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    done sir ... but cant see all when I play.

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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    To view those columns in the ListBox, you will need to set the ColumnCount property to 13.
    To do so, open the UserForm in design mode, select the ListBox and press F4 to open properties and locate ColumnCount and change it to 13. The existing ColumnCount is set to 6 so you can only view 6 columns in the Listbox.

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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    Here is the file for your reference.
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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    wonderful sir.... thanks you very much.
    how you did it?

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    Re: Populating selected range to listbox

    You're welcome VJ!
    As I told you that you were required to set the ColumnCount property for the ListBox to view all the columns.

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