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Dynamic .Rowheight Property in Datagrid?

Posted on 2004-09-22
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In a datagrid control, is there any way to do either of the following?

1. Make the Rowheight different for two different rows in the same datagrid.

2. Make the Rowheight FOR A SINGLE ROW adjust dynamically based on the amount of text in a row.

If anyone can tell me how to do either of these things, I'll give you 500 points.  I guess that you'd have to be able to do the former to be able to accomplish the latter.
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Michael_D earned 500 total points
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No. Datagrid Control doesn't support changing height of single row. MSFlexgrid can do that.
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by:anv
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Exactly ..Michael_D is right..

here's how u do that

With MSFlexGrid1
    .RowHeight(1) = 500 'will change height of row 1 to 500
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