Populate a listbox via VBA

BratFire

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With a userForm this is a rather simple task for me, however, I am drawing a blank here. Simple task - Excel 2000.

- The listbox is embeded into Sheet1.

- Preferably would like to populate a listbox with code upon opening the workbook.

- Prefer not to have to set up another worksheet and build a named range to populate the list.

- Would prefer not to have a separate userform

- No subsequent manipulation needed.

- I would normally use a validated cell with a list however, would like to use the listbox_click event to trigger other routines.

- Listbox.AddItem would be used, just not sure where to use it.

Thank you in advance.
 

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