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MSHFlexgrid Column Headings

Posted on 2000-04-18
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I am filling a MSHFlexgrid with data using an ADODC control.  The column headings are defaulting to the field names from the table in the database (sybase).  I have changed the names of the columns using the colheadercaption property, and I needed to change the fixedrows property to 0, in order to not display the original columnheader row, but now when I scroll down in the flexgrid, I lose my column headers.  Help!  I need to retain the column headers.
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TimCottee earned 50 total points
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Use .TextMatrix instead of .ColHeaderCaption

With MSHFlexGrid1
    .TextMatrix(0, 1) = "GoodBye"
    .TextMatrix(0, 2) = "Farewell"
End With

And don't change the FixedRows property. This will retain the new column headers.

An alternative method if applicable is to return the correct header in the SQL statement:

SELECT Field1 As Name,Field2 As Address FROM MyTable
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It worked!  Thanks Tim.
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