FlexGrid and TreeView, Force scrolling to show selected item

Posted on 2003-03-30
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17
In both a tree view control and a flexgrid control I want to cross reference nodes and rows, I can programmatically locate the corresponding cross reference between the two views of my data BUT I cannot ‘force’ the 'other' control to scroll up/down so that the cross referenced entry is visible to the user. Any ideas.
Question by:nvms
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Jzaltheral earned 200 total points
ID: 8234701
Well, I don't know anything about the FlexGrid control as I have never had to use one, but I can help you out with the TreeView.

To select an item in the TreeView control and force the control to go where that item is, use the following code:

Set TreeView1.SelectedItem = TreeView1.Nodes.Item(Index)

Good luck.


Author Comment

ID: 8236139
To easy : )   I didn't realise that SelectedItem was a writeable property, very cool.

I also solved the MSFlexGrid problem with this:
If .RowIsVisible(X) = False Then
  ' Force view !
  .TopRow = .Row
End If

Also very simple,

Thanks again


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