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Count rows in a datagrid

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How can I count the # of rows in a datagrid?

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especht
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by:Éric Moreau
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Use the ApproxCount property.
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by:especht
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emoreau,

I tried that and got the following error:

Run-time error '7005':

Rowset not available.

Any thoughts or ideas?

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especht
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by:bhess1
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Is your datagrid bound, or unbound?
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by:especht
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The datagrid is bound.
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jrspano earned 30 total points
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You have to count after the data grid is filled. If it is in your form load event it might not work because the data grid hasn't loaded yet.  How are you using it?

use something like
dim rowcnt as integer

rowcnt = datagrid1.approxcount


rowcnt will now have the count.
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Answer accepted
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by:especht
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Thanks for everyone's input.
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