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System.Windows.Forms.Label lbl = new System.Windows.Forms.Label();
                                                    
lbl.ForeColor = System.Drawing.Color.Blue;

string txt = " " + "==" + " " + "Folders title:" + " " + sub + " " +  siteColName + " ";
var display= lbl.Text = txt.ToString();
listboxLogging.Items.Add( display + Environment.NewLine);
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Updated 12-Feb-15 2:37am
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You are not putting the label "into" the listbox, you are putting the text into the list box.

Text does not have a concept of colour.

It's actually quite difficult to set the colour of items in a listbox - you could use a ListView instead. Once you have added the item you can change the properties of that item (NB of the item, not the "text")

Or if you really want to use a Listbox you can "draw" the colour yourself - see some suggestions here[^]
 
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