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Hiding DBGrid Columns at Runtime

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I have a table that is picked and displayed at runtime. Anyone tell me how I go about hiding several of the columns (fields)

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Ok then, you can hide the individual fields in run time by
  MyDBGrid.Fields[0].Visible := false; etc...
regards, igor (note that you should be carefull in doing so, always check for MyDbGrid.FieldCount to not have exception..)
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