How to clear xlDropDown

kishor_ys

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I am creating a Drop Down box using excel macro and adding some items into it. Like below

With Worksheets(1)
Set lb = .Shapes.AddFormControl(xlDropDown, 10, 10, 100, 16)
lb.ControlFormat.AddItem "one",1
lb.ControlFormat.AddItem "two",2
End With



But, can anyone tell me how to clear the Drop Down box?
 

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Jon von der Heyden

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Try:

Worksheets(1).Shapes(2).ControlFormat.RemoveAllItems

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