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hello Experts,

How do I replace the data in an MsFlexgrid with new data at runtime.

at the moment I am doing this;

Private Sub Option1_Click(index As Integer)
    MsFlexgrid1.Clear
    Call AssignPlayers1
    MsFlexgrid1.Cols = rec.Fields.count
   
  With rec
    Do While Not .EOF
        MsFlexgrid1.AddItem vbTab & .Fields(0) & vbTab & .Fields(1) & vbTab & .Fields(2) & vbTab & .Fields(3) & vbTab & .Fields(4) 'until your last fields....
        .MoveNext
    Loop
  End With

this clears the first set of data already there, then loads new data, but the initials rows are not removed, even though the data has been cleared.

thank you.
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To remove rows you have to set .Rows property. Example after you clear all data set MsFlexgrid1.Rows=2
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