[VB6.0/SP5] How can i prevend the user edit the row data of listview?

Posted on 2003-03-26
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Last Modified: 2008-02-26
    I set the property LabelEdit 'lvwManual'. But after i click the row of listview twice, i can edit the first col data of the row. How can i stop the edit action.  i can't set the property Enable 'False', for i'd like the use edit the listview by the popup menu. when the use right click the listview, a menu popup.

     -- lr
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Set Cancel to True in this event:
Private Sub ListView1_BeforeLabelEdit(Cancel As Integer)
 Cancel = True
End Sub

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   Thank you. It is just the answer.

  -- lr

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