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Need Help Using MSHFlexGrid

Need Help Using MSHFlexGrid

Need Help Using MSHFlexGrid

Please help. I am trying to connect to an access database, and list the table in the flexgrid. Actually that part works fine.

The problem is, in the Access database, the column "Shipped" is supposed to be a checkbox, and when the flexgrid displays it, it only shows True/False. Is there ANY way at all to make it show the checkbox?

Second, I have the user able to select by row. How can I tell which row was selected, and bring up another window with detailed info?

Many thanks in advance,


RE: Need Help Using MSHFlexGrid

not sure how to show the check box. I use the words active/inactive or checked/unchecked.

When user clicks on the grid the row and column property are set to that box.

try this to see:

private sub flxGrid_Click()

msgbox "Row > " & flxGrid.row & " Column > " & flxGrid.col

end sub

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