How to set multiline property for msflexgrid

Posted on 2002-03-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-04
hai experts,
   I  am having a problem in setting multiline property for msflexgrid...

thanks for the person who is answering..
Question by:N_K_venkat
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ID: 6891028
I believe that the HFG automatically has multi-select if the user uses the ctrl button to select multiple rows.  Also - there is a property called "selection mode" that can be set to "free, by row, by col."  


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Bahnass earned 50 total points
ID: 6891433
msflex has

wordwrap property that makes the rest of cell printed in next line

BUT U SHould also SET another property

RowHeight(NeededRow) to make the row hight enough for needed lines

Hope this helps

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ID: 6892531
Sorry N.K. - I misread your question.  I thought it said "multi-select."  Please disregard my comment.


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