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how to change DBGrid property dgColumnResize in runtime

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How can I change the DBGrid property dgColumnResize in runtime?

The only property I can find is DBGrid.Options of the type TDBGridOptions, but I don't know how to change that type.

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DBGrid.Options := DBGrid.Options + [dgColumnResize]; //to allow resizing

DBGrid.Options := DBGrid.Options - [dgColumnResize]; //to forbid resizing

hope thats it

meikl ;-)
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by:SPF
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yes, thx :)

it workes
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yes, It works, thx :)
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glad to helped you :-))

i myself was a bit unsure,
because it was just from head

meikl ;-)
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