Alternative Grid in VB for MSFlexGrid or Sheridian Grid

   I would like to have an ActiveX Grid like MSFlexGrid to use in VB, which has the flexbility of MSFlexGrid and at the same time Editable and having provision for displaying controls ( like Check box, Radiobutton,Combo box etc. ) in column cells as in Sheridan Grids). From where can I get a grid having these properties.
vinodjnairAsked:
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abhijitno1Commented:
If you intend to purchase one component one's VSFlexgrid is the best pick.
Just click on following link to have a look
http://www.componentone.com/Downloadcenter.aspx
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bhagyeshtCommented:
can you close one question you have 2 question for the same query.  abhijitno1's answer is good. i have used vsflexgrid from videosoft now named component one
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