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How to Create a UserForm List Box in Outlook

by kaufenpreis / July 25, 2014 10:45 PM PDT

How to Create a UserForm List Box in Outlook?
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Re: list box
by Kees_B Forum moderator / July 25, 2014 11:22 PM PDT

That's strange. If I google your subject line "How to Create a UserForm List Box in Outlook" (with quotes) the very first hit is to a page on a help site that has exactly this same title, including exactly the same capitals. That gives the impression that you already knew tbat page. But why then did you ask here?

And just in case you didn't know that page, I told you how to find it.


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by Jimmy Greystone / July 25, 2014 11:36 PM PDT

Easy... Create a userform, then add a listbox to it and done. Along the way you'll want to connect that listbox to some additional driving logic to make it do something besides sit there taking up space on the userform, but with such a generic question surely you were expecting an equally generic answer.

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