Macro to Fill a List Box with Multiple Ranges

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In Microsoft Excel, you can use a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications macro to fill a list box from multiple cell ranges in a workbook. This article contains sample code to help you perform this task.

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Sample Visual Basic Procedure

  1. In a new workbook, on the Insert menu, click Macro, and then click Dialog.
  2. Use the tools on the Forms toolbar to create a list box on the Dialog sheet.
  3. On Sheet1 enter the following data:

    A1: Cat C1: Car
    A2: Dog C2: Bus
    A3: Mouse C3: Train
  4. On the Insert menu, click Macro, and then click Module. In the new module sheet, enter the following macro code:

          Sub FillListBox()
    Dim Values As Range
    Dim x As Object
    Set Values = _
    Union(Worksheets("Sheet1").Range(Cells(1, 1), Cells(3, 1)), _
    Worksheets("Sheet1").Range(Cells(1, 3), Cells(3, 3)))
    For Each x In Values
    DialogSheets("Dialog1").ListBoxes(1).AddItem x.Value
    Next x
    End Sub
To run the macro FillListBox do the following:

  1. On the Tools menu, click Macro.
  2. Select FillListBox, and then click Run.
Now when you display the dialog box, the values from A1:A3 and C1:C3 will be displayed in the list box.


For more information about the AddItem and RemoveAllItems methods in Microsoft Excel version 7.0, click Answer Wizard on the Help menu and type:

Id. de artículo: 153603 - Última revisión: 06/22/2014 - Revisión: 1