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Captions in DBGrid (VB4)

Posted on 1998-09-11
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An easy question, I hope. I want to be able to make the caption in my DBGrid
have 3 lines. I tried HeadLines, but that's for column headers. I also tried
various combinations of Chr(10) and Chr(13), to no avail. Any ideas?
                               John Maher
            jmaher@alphalink.com.au
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This is a limitation by design of the DBGrid control.  I don't know if the True DBGrid Pro version can handle this. Go to http://www.apexsc.com/ for more information.  I can't say, looking at their web site, if it can though.


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