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Changing Forecolor for specific rows in listview.

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is there any way to change the color of text in a listview for specified rows? like if the text is "Operator" it changes the for color for that specific text.
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andyakira,

IN which language?

Thanks
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Reading author history, I suspect it is a Visual Basic question.
I think it will be a good suggestion for EE to put a BIG comment in the Programming TA question form to encourage the members to search the best TA to ask on.
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vB6,
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