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CHANGING COLOR IN DBGRID OR MSFLEXGRI

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how can i change the color of the newly inputed data into the grid or change the color of the existing data in the grid. if i want the first data to be yello it will be yello and if i want the third data or row in the grid to be green it will be green. how can we do that?
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Not using a DBGrid, is the simple answer.

The DBGrid is great for in-cell editing etc but doesn't support complex cell formatting, the flexgrid on the other hand supports the complex cell formatting but not the in-cell editing (though you can simulate this very effectively).

Using a flexgrid:

With MSFlexgrid1
  .Redraw = False
  .Col = 3
  .Row = 3
  .CellBackColor = vbBlue
  .CellForeColor = vbYellow
  .Col = 5
  .CellBackColor = vbRed
  .CellForeColor = vbWhite
  .Redraw = True
End With
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by:Benjy
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TimCottee is right, but just a note:
if you want to color the entire row make the following changes:

With MSFlexgrid1
 .Redraw = False
 .FillStyle = flexfillrepeat
 .Row = 3
 .RowSel =3
 .Col = 0
 .ColSel = .Cols -1
 .CellBackColor = vbBlue
 .CellForeColor = vbYellow
 .Row = 5
 .RowSel = 5
 .Col = 0
 .ColSel = .Cols -1
 .CellBackColor = vbRed
 .CellForeColor = vbWhite
 .Redraw = True
End With
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by:therooster
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how about if the grid contains records.. and each records corresponds to a color scheme. so after data1.recordset.refresh the color will be back to normal.. is there another way? or an api functions of doing this?
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