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Move row in Msflexgrid

Posted on 2003-11-26
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How to write code for moving row in MSflexgrid?
where i can find the sample code
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Question by:cyseng10
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by:bhagyesht
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assume fg is the flexgrid object this will move a row up


    Dim strTemp As String
    If fg.Row > 1 Then
        For i = 1 To fg.Cols - 1
            strTemp = fg.TextMatrix(fg.Row - 1, i)
            fg.TextMatrix(fg.Row - 1, i) = fg.TextMatrix(fg.Row, i)
            fg.TextMatrix(fg.Row, i) = strTemp
        Next i
    End If
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by:cyseng10
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the sample code working well for move up row. if i want move down row. how the code will be?

how do i apply using mouse to move row up and down when row selected?

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   Dim strTemp As String
    If fgDesign.Row < fgDesign.Rows - 2 Then
        For i = 1 To fgDesign.Cols - 1
            strTemp = fgDesign.TextMatrix(fgDesign.Row + 1, i)
            fgDesign.TextMatrix(fgDesign.Row + 1, i) = fgDesign.TextMatrix(fgDesign.Row, i)
            fgDesign.TextMatrix(fgDesign.Row, i) = strTemp
        Next i
    End If
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