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When mouse draging, highlight the cell in the related row but in a particular column

When mouse draging, highlight the cell in the related row but in a particular column

When mouse draging, highlight the cell in the related row but in a particular column

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Hi,

I realy don't know how to do this! Can you tell me if this is possible or not?
In MSFlexGrid MouseMove(), how to focus (highlight) the cell in the related row but in a particular column?
I hope this is easy for you and show me the code!

Thanks a lot for your help.

RE: When mouse draging, highlight the cell in the related row but in a particular column

How about:

CODE

Private Sub MSFlexGrid1_MouseMove(Button As Integer, _
    Shift As Integer, x As Single, y As Single)

With MSFlexGrid1
    .Col = 2
    .Row = .MouseRow
End With

End Sub 

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