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In a flexgrid of 4 columns and 10 rows, how can I make the data in the last row (row 9) bold?
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Question by:JFrye
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by:g0rath
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MSFlexGrid1.Row = 9
MSFlexGrid1.CellFontBold = True
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by:JFrye
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That only made the single cell (Row 9, Col 1) Bold. I need Row 9, Cols 0-3 Bold, please.
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g0rath earned 60 total points
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You have the code for one, it's trivial to do it for N rows

Dim i as Integer
MSFelxGrid1.row = YourRow
For i = 0 To MSFlexGrid1.Cols - 1
        MSFlexGrid1.Col = i
        MSFlexGrid1.CellFontBold = True
Next i
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by:JFrye
ID: 9718041
Ok, I figured it out:

Private Sub BoldRow()
   
    Dim intBold As Integer
   
    For intBold = 0 To 3
        grdInfo.Row = 9
        grdInfo.Col = (intBold)
        grdInfo.CellFontBold = True
    Next intBold

End Sub
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by:JFrye
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Thanks! I actually figured it out seconds after you posted a reply. Hehe... Your first answer definately jump-started me, so you would get the points anyways. Thanks again!
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No problem, sometimes it takes nothing more that that Ah Hah! Experience
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