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Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

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Old project vb6.
Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

RE: Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

You need to be much more explicit in your requirements

RE: Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

(OP)
I need ti colorize entire RAW if in Column 2 the vale Is =0

RE: Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

Let me put it another way - what is RAW? Do you mean Row? if so, the dbgrid control doesn't support this sort of functionality natively. You could try a FlexGrid instead. Or try OwnerDraw, as we illustrated for a different control for you previously, e.g. thread222-1803733: COLORIZE BACKGROUND of single cell in listview

RE: Old project vb6. Colorize RAW of Dbgrid, possibile?

row, naturally!
sorry

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