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Does anyone know of a Grid control that can be used in Microsoft Access?
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No there is no specific grid control.

However you can display forms and sub forms in datasheet view which gives the same effect.

when setting up a form the properties dialog give you the option to set the default view for the form
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Mikeh, the custom on this site is to post comments and allow the question owner to select an answer from those comments on his own.  By proposing an answer, it takes the question out of the Questions Awaiting Answers section where more experts are likely to pick up on the question.  pcdaveh, I would recommend rejecting Mikeh's comment so that it goes back into the Open Questions section.  If it turns out that you like Mikeh's question in the end, you can always accept his rejected answer as the solution later on.
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If you know someone with VB, you can try using the VB FlexGrid control "MSFLXGRD.OCX" or the Hierarchical Flexgrid Control "MSHFLXGD.OCX".
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any update pcdaveh?  You've 'forgotten' about all but one of the six questions you've posted in the last 2 months...
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