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DataGrid - Multiple lines selection (part 2)

Posted on 2001-09-17
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The following code is a sample of multiple lines selection in a datagrid control.

This code gives me one small problem: when you select a line somewhere in the middle of the grid, hold the Shift key and select the last visible line of the grid (the one that is only partly visible), a scroll occurs and a line that is not part of the selection is highlighted.

Anybody can help me on that one?

Option Explicit

Private mconX As ADODB.Connection
Private mblnShift As Boolean
Private mvarBookmark As Variant

' *****************************************************************
' ***
' ***
' ***
' *****************************************************************
Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim intRow As Integer

    For intRow = 0 To DataGrid1.SelBookmarks.Count - 1
        MsgBox DataGrid1.Columns(0).CellValue(DataGrid1.SelBookmarks(intRow)) & _
               vbCrLf & _
               DataGrid1.Columns(1).CellValue(DataGrid1.SelBookmarks(intRow))
    Next intRow
End Sub

' *****************************************************************
' ***
' ***
' ***
' *****************************************************************
Private Sub DataGrid1_KeyDown(KeyCode As Integer, Shift As Integer)
    If Shift = vbShiftMask Then
        mblnShift = True
        mvarBookmark = DataGrid1.Bookmark
    End If
End Sub

Private Sub DataGrid1_KeyUp(KeyCode As Integer, Shift As Integer)
    mblnShift = False
End Sub

Private Sub DataGrid1_RowColChange(LastRow As Variant, ByVal LastCol As Integer)
    If Not mblnShift Then
        With DataGrid1
            ' Remove previously saved bookmark from collection
            If .SelBookmarks.Count <> 0 Then .SelBookmarks.Remove 0
            ' Append your bookmark to the collection of selected rows
            If Not IsNull(.Bookmark) Then .SelBookmarks.Add .Bookmark
        End With
    End If
End Sub

Private Sub DataGrid1_SelChange(Cancel As Integer)
Dim varBookmark As Variant
   
    With DataGrid1
        If mblnShift Then
            If .SelBookmarks.Count <> 0 Then
                If .Bookmark > mvarBookmark Then
                    For varBookmark = mvarBookmark To .Bookmark
                        .Bookmark = varBookmark
                        .SelBookmarks.Add .Bookmark
                    Next varBookmark
                Else
                    For varBookmark = .Bookmark To mvarBookmark
                        .Bookmark = varBookmark
                        .SelBookmarks.Add .Bookmark
                    Next varBookmark
                End If
                If .Bookmark < mvarBookmark Then
                    mvarBookmark = .SelBookmarks(0)
                Else
                    mvarBookmark = .SelBookmarks(.SelBookmarks.Count - 1)
                End If
            End If
        End If
    End With
End Sub

' *****************************************************************
' ***
' ***
' ***
' *****************************************************************
Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim rstX As ADODB.Recordset

    Set mconX = New ADODB.Connection
    With mconX
        .CursorLocation = adUseClient
        .ConnectionString = "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio\VB98\Nwind.mdb;"
        .Open
    End With
   
    Set rstX = New ADODB.Recordset
    rstX.Open "Select CustomerID, CompanyName, ContactName FROM Customers", mconX, adOpenStatic, adLockReadOnly
   
    With DataGrid1
        Set .DataSource = rstX
        .AllowAddNew = False
        .AllowArrows = True
        .AllowDelete = False
        .AllowUpdate = False
        .RowHeight = 300
        .Columns(0).Locked = True
        .Columns(1).Locked = True
        .Columns(2).Locked = True
    End With
End Sub
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Question by:Éric Moreau
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TimCottee earned 800 total points
ID: 6487681
Eric, add

Private Sub DataGrid1_SelChange(Cancel As Integer)
Dim varBookmark As Variant
   
   With DataGrid1
       If mblnShift Then
           If .SelBookmarks.Count <> 0 Then
'Begin Change
               If .SelBookmarks(0) > .Bookmark Or .SelBookmarks(0) > mvarBookmark Then
                   .SelBookmarks.Remove 0
               End If
'End Change
               If .Bookmark > mvarBookmark Then
                   For varBookmark = mvarBookmark To .Bookmark
                       .Bookmark = varBookmark
                       .SelBookmarks.Add .Bookmark
                   Next varBookmark
               Else
                   For varBookmark = .Bookmark To mvarBookmark
                       .Bookmark = varBookmark
                       .SelBookmarks.Add .Bookmark
                   Next varBookmark
               End If
               If .Bookmark < mvarBookmark Then
                   mvarBookmark = .SelBookmarks(0)
               Else
                   mvarBookmark = .SelBookmarks(.SelBookmarks.Count - 1)
               End If
           End If
       End If
   End With
End Sub
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by:Éric Moreau
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Thanks TimCottee.
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