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I want to insert a control in a dialog box that behaves like the map in MS Excel.
(a control containing editable cells in rows and coloums
which can be highlighted by mouse click and mouse move)
Is there an example available?
Is this feature supported by Win 3.11?
 
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Tommy Hui earned 300 total points
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The closest thing would be to look at http://www.codeguru.com/controls/gridctrl.shtml.


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by:elazabi
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yes I think that's what I'm looking for.hope it works with win 3.11

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by:slapak
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There is a commercial product : "Formula One". Try in www/visualcomp/com
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by:slapak
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Sorry. www.visualcomp.com of course.
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