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Add Header for Listbox

Posted on 2004-09-22
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hello, all,

   I am using Listbox from Miscrosoft Forms 2.0 Object Library in my project, it is multicolumn. How can I add headers for each column?

thanx in advance
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Question by:kim_wei
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Better swith to a listview, it has columnheaders as a property!
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by:abith
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hi

keep an label box in th top of the control and align according to the top

Regards
Abith
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Agree with p_sie

Or like my father said "I've invented the wheel but everybody was already using it" :-)

With kind regards


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Think I gave a good and usable answer!

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agree
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