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Re: [ExcelVBA] How do you get code assigned to a ListBox to run even when the same item is selected?

 

Hi H Dunbar

That's the way it is.  However if you use MouseUp rather than click it will fire anywhere.

Regards
David Grugeon


On 15 February 2015 at 03:04, h_dunbar@hotmail.com [ExcelVBA] <ExcelVBA@yahoogroups.com> wrote:


Greetings!


I have a ListBox on Worksheet "PlayList".   When the macro below is assigned to the ListBox, it does what I want, as long as I choose an item on the list different from the previous selection:


<code> 

Sub Game2_Click()

  

      Range("ChangedGame2").Value = "Yes"

      UnProtectSheet ("PlayList")

        Range("CustomName1").Offset(0, 1).Value = ""

      ProtectSheet ("PlayList")


End Sub

</code>


But when I select the same (as previous) item from the drop-down list, nothing happens.  I have tried replacing "Click" with "AfterUpdate", "KeyPress", "BeforeUpdate", "Selection", and "Select"  (basically, everything I could find on Google, with the exception of "Kardashian").    With each of those events, the code runs only if I've picked a new item from the List.


How can I get that code to run every time I click on the ListBox?






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Posted by: David Grugeon <yahoo@grugeon.com.au>
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