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axMSHFlexGrid control?

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private AxMSHierarchicalFlexGridLib.AxMSHFlexGrid axMSHFlexGrid1;

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Then in the form load:

      this.axMSHFlexGrid1.Rows = 5;   //WORKS fine....
      this.axMSHFlexGrid1.Columns = 5;   //NO SUCH ANIMAL????



How can I programmatically change the number of columns at Load  /  Runtime?



Thanks,


Tom
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by:Tom Knowlton
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To add this control to Toolbox:


Customize Toolbox.....COM.....Microsoft Heirarhacal Flex Grid.....
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this.axMSHFlexGrid1.set_Cols(0, 5) ?
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