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Flex Grid Scrolling

Posted on 2003-11-20
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Hello Experts ,
    Suppose a flex grid contains more rows than the visible area of it . So that user scroll the grid contains to see bottom values.
    If i want to find out some information in the grid , it can be done using For Loop.but if the information is located below to the visible area of grid ,user has to manually scroll grid contains to see information.my question is - : how can i scroll the Flex grid automatically so that the information can be located into the visible area of grid ?
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Try this when you have finished adding items:

MSFlexGrid1.TopRow = MSFlexGrid1.Rows - 1

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Loop through grid cells until you find what you're looking for, say in row N. Then do:
MSFlexGrid1.TopRow = N
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Hello Experts ,
    THank u for the answer . It is really a simple one.
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