To enable check boxes:
When you have added a list view control to your form, right click any where on list view control and select general tab in property pages.
1) Enable check box named "Checkboxes"
2) Select "3-Report" in view property.
To have multiple check boxes select "Column Headers" tab in property pages and add columns using "Insert Column" Button and text in the Text property simultaneously, you can add or remove columns later at run time through code also.
The following example shows how to add ColumnHeaders and several ListItem objects with subitems to a ListView control.
Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim clmX As ColumnHeader
Dim itmX As ListItem
Dim i As Integer
For i = 1 To 3
Set clmX = ListView1.ColumnHeaders.Add()
clmX.Text = "Col" & i
' Add 10 items to list, all with the same icon
For i = 1 To 10
Set itmX = ListView1.ListItems.Add()
itmX.SmallIcon = 1
itmX.Text = "ListItem " & i
itmX.SubItems(1) = "Subitem 1"
itmX.SubItems(2) = "Subitem 2"
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