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using MSHFLEXGRID in vb6

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hello.
i m using MSHFlexGrid Control in vb6. the problem occurs after fetching the data into it. when i scroll down the row, the column header also scrolls which i want to be fixed. what can i do for that?
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by:priya_pbk
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Should you do anything at all. Is'nt that the default property. I just checked it.

Take a MSHFlexgrid and bind it to a ADODC1 control. At runtime the header colns are fixed by default, you can surely scroll down.

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TimCottee earned 75 total points
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Make sure that .FixedRows = 1 (or more). This governs the number of fixed (non-scrollable) rows at the top of the grid.
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