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How can I make a specific record visible on the grid by code? I've a data control bounded to a grid.I want to find a record and highlight it on the grid.I can find it and select it but I don't know how to bring it to the visible range.
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by:Veroland
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Have fun. I've also tried it to no avail.
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anthonyc earned 70 total points
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If you know the row number you want visible, then use the TOPROW property of the flexgrid to move it to the top row

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