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i know how to use this control but only one question
i tried to change the alignment of the fields in this control but only the alignment of the data is changed but the alignment of the header remains as it is. how can i change the alignment of the headers?
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GrahamSkan earned 100 total points
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This will right-align the heading for the first column


Do
        Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption = " " & Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption
Loop Until Me.TextWidth(Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption) >= Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Width

This will centre the heading for the first column

Do
        Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption = " " & Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption
        n = n + 1
Loop Until Me.TextWidth(Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption) >= Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Width

Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption = Space(n/2) & Trim$(Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption) & Space n/2
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by:aft
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but this means that every time i change the width of the column i have to run this code again. there is no direct way through the properties
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by:GrahamSkan
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I'm fairly sure there isn't such a property.
However if you also put the code in the grid's ColResize event, it should work automatically. You'll need to trim off the existing spaces, though:
Private Sub DataGrid1_ColResize(ByVal ColIndex As Integer, Cancel As Integer)
Dim n As Integer
Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption = Trim$(Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption)
Do
       Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption = " " & Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption
       n = n + 1
Loop Until Me.TextWidth(Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption) >= Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Width

Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption = Space(n / 2) & Trim$(Me.DataGrid1.Columns(ColIndex).Caption) & Space(n / 2)
End Sub


 
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