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Making a listview header file flat and unclickable

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Is there a way to make a listview header that will be flat and unclickable?
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by:Inteqam
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you can use labels instead of headers ,
make the hidecolumnHeader property to true , and insert labels instead of them , with the appearance property = 0 , and the border style property = 1

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