Specifies the unique ID number for the selected item in a ComboBox or ListBox control. Not available at design time; read/write at run time.
Control.ListItemID[ = nItemID]
The settings and interpretations for the ListItemID property are:
The ListItemID property is also set when the SelectedID property on a ListBox control is set.
Indicates that no items are selected.
Note: For ComboBox controls, the value 0 means that the user has entered a value not in the list.
1 or any number greater than 1
The item ID of the selected item.
If the RemoveListItem method is used to remove an item from a list, all remaining items retain their unique identification numbers. When the AddItem method is used to add an item to a list, and the Sorted property is set to False (.F.), nItemID is assigned the lowest number available. When the AddListItem method is used to add an item to a list, and the Sorted property is set to False (.F.), you can assign any number to nItemID.