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Dynamically check a multiselect listbox with checkboxes

Dynamically check a multiselect listbox with checkboxes

Dynamically check a multiselect listbox with checkboxes

(OP)
Hi,
I'm trying to dynamically set the options of a multiselect listbox using checkboxes. If the listbox variable is LIST then I use the Set Variable LIST to the options I want lets say ABC (I'm using return letters option). When I test the script the items I selected in the set variable are marked but NOT CHECKED.
How can I check the items I want?

Any help will be apreciate
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RE: Dynamically check a multiselect listbox with checkboxes

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Thank you for not having any answer to the question. Maybe it was a dummy question or you didn't know the answer. Well it doesn't matter, for those who wants to know how to dynamically mark the checkboxes from a listbox with checkboxes you absolutelly DON'T HAVE TO MARK THE MULTISELECT OPTION of the listbox properties box. The Multiselect option is just needed when you use a normal listbox and you want to select more than one item.

RE: Dynamically check a multiselect listbox with checkboxes

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