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select range of cell and clear all

select range of cell and clear all

RE: select range of cell and clear all

Is that an MSFlexgrid?

If so, then something like

CODE -->

With MSFlexGrid1
    ' Row and Col properties must be set before RowSel and ColSel
    .Col = 1
    .Row = 1
    .ColSel = 2
    .RowSel = 2
    .Clear
 End With 

Please remember this is an example/illustration on how to do this, not an exact code solution to your exact problem. I leave it to you, as a programmer, to figure out the correct col, row, colsel and rowsel values for your particular situation

RE: select range of cell and clear all

Ok strongm, but the .clear, clear olso a picture in cells?

RE: select range of cell and clear all

Two thoughts here:

1) You could test it yourself
2) You could read the VB6 documentation, a link to the online version of which I provided you almost a year ago

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