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Back-Color in a ListView Element

Posted on 2003-12-04
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How can I change the Back_Color in a single!! field (item/subitem) of a ListView Element with the sort order: lvwAscending?
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by:Ramoni
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oh it looks like almost to complicated to me(beginner), to include these big procedure/s in my code
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There is no simple way to do. You just include the module and call from your code

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