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I need to select multicolumns continuously like col1,col2, col3 etc. and  with Ctrl button like Col3,Col6,Col8.

Any help or Sample code.
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Question by:anilkumarv
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You can’t do it using neither  MSFlexGrid nor ListView
The MSFlexGrid has only selection area.
In ListView one can select items, the ListView control remark only the first column. Moreover, in ListView you can select only by clicking in the first column.

When I need multi select column, I put list by list, and then I easily select few columns or few rows

Good Luck
Schild

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You can use the grid of stingray. Www.stingray.com
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