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... turn off the vertical scroll bar
in DBGrid component?
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Hi
there is an API function you can use to show or hide the window scrollbars
 of about any window or control:

ShowScrollbar( dbgrid1.handle, SB_VERT, False );

or

ShowScrollbar( dbgrid1.handle, SB_HORZ, False );

or

ShowScrollbar( dbgrid1.handle, SB_BOTH, False );

Regards Barry

ps.
 can do it on formactivate event etc..
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