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MSFlexGrid: KeyDown & KeyUp events.

Posted on 1998-07-11
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I'm using VB5 Professional Edition. I'd like to be able do detect the KeyDown and
KeyUp events when navigation keys are pressed. With the Grid control in VB3 and
VB4 it worked but it doesn't seem to work with MSFlexGrid control.  With the DBbound
 control it works. Is it only a problem I have or is it just not implemented in
the MSFelxGrid? If not how can I get tha KeyDown or Up event to be triggered when
a navigation key is pressed?
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I just had a look, an there seems to be no problem with the keydown or keyup event, however I have MSflexigrid (SP2) so it may be a bug that was fixied in the second service pack. I have no recollection of this being a problem before then, and I had a quick search in the bug list, but could not turn anything up.

I would suggest re loading the Msflexigrid control, (MSFLXGRD.OCX), or if you do not have it already, download the latest SP from Microsoft. If you cannot find a new one, or your one does not work on reload, I can mail you a copy of my OCX.    
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Thank you very much for your help. I now know that I've got to look out for setup problems.
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