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I've gotten as far as below:

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But I don't know what they want me to choose in the "Find the List Item" section. I don't want anything from the list item... I want the URL of the list. Suggestions?

NOTE I actually have "Current List" selected for my Data source. I was just trying something else out when I took the screen shot...

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Just see the screen shot below and select the Current Item there.

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How the hell does this answer the question? How do you get the LISTURL from there? – tarjeieo May 20 '15 at 14:57

The "Current Item -> Path" gives you the site relative URL to the list it's in, and you can add the site URL in a string varable to embed it elsewhere.

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In SPD2010 there is a lookup that will give you the DispForm URL of the current Item. The URL will display like this http://Server/Site/Lists/ListName/DispForm.aspx?ID=1

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