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Ideal Listbox ocx control

Posted on 2003-10-25
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Can anyone tell me which would be the best control (active X or otherwise) to use to create a list box that will allow the user to edit each item within each column and row by clicking on it.?
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Question by:CHYRO
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by:peter57r
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Why not use a continuous form or datasheet for this?

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joekendall earned 50 total points
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If you want an ActiveX control to do it, you can use the ListView. It performs as you state.

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by:joekendall
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Why a grade of 'C'? You asked a simple question and received a simple answer which seemed to meet your criteria.

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by:CHYRO
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I thought it was 'average' as opposed to Grade C. But if that doesn't satisfy you, is there any way I can upgrade your 2 line answer to 'Good'? I thought perhaps a 'Good' or 'Excellent' answer would have contained some helpful points on using the list view control. Please advise Joe...

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