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I am using VB 5 (Enterprise edition) and APEX True Grid 5.0, and I am receiving a run-time-error 6145 (have no online help available for this run-time-error). Debug points to our code: RowBuf.Value(i,0) = SampleArray(curRow).Nuclide  - which is to return the row data to the grid through the row buffer of the row buffer object. The "must be" in our code is that we are using Unbound Extended controls, specifically UnBoundReadDataEx. We cannot use Bounded Controls with the grid.
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You have agood example which help you from visual basic 5 samples there is asample called unbound grid it will solve your problem

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