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ListBoxEdit

You can change the operation mode of a list box editor by using the BaseEdit.StyleSettings property. To apply specific settings, assign the BaseEdit.StyleSettings property of a list box editor to one of the objects listed in the table below.

Operation Mode Settings object Description
Simple item list ListBoxEditStyleSettings

Standard list box. This is the default operation mode.

Checked list box CheckedListBoxEditStyleSettings

Checked item list. Allows multiple item selection.

Radio button list box RadioListBoxEditStyleSettings

A list with radio buttons next to the items. Allows single item selection.

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A complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Examples database at http://www.devexpress.com/example=E3973.

This example shows how to create ListBoxEdit, CheckedListBoxEdit and RadioListBoxEdit controls, and bind them to data.

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