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CAN I PUT THE LAST ROW IN THE STRING GRID A FixedRow?
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by:Wim ten Brink
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But you can probably write some code to emulate the last row as being a fixed row. Perhaps even add a second grid next to it with only one column, keeping both grids synchronised. Or use the CustomDraw methods to make the last row appear to be fixed.

And is something wrong with your Caps Lock key? ;-)
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I have seen 3rdparty stringgrids that contain a footer. search for them on Torry's.
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