Lock an Active X Listbox to a particular row location

wlaster

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I have an excel spreadsheet that has several listboxes. Each listbox selection is hidden and appears when you click on a particular cell and the entry is tied to a cell; I then have code that automatically hides/unhides sets of rows based upon that selection.

What I need to do, is to have the listbox automatically move up or down in the worksheet as if the location is tied to a particular row, so that when the user clicks on the cell, the listbox is right next to it.

I've been searching for hours and I truly hope that somebody can help me with this.
 

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