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In VB.NET I have found there is no means of changing the color of each row of a listbox, I get a "You do not have a license to use this ActiveX control" when trying to add and use a MSFlexGrid control to allow me to use row colors.  Anyone know of a *FREE* 3rd party control that will let me use custom listbox to control row colors ? What i'm looking for is altering colors of white and red; first row white, second row red, third row white etc...
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Very good and very customizable and useful and opensource
www.glacialcomponents.com
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thanx for accepting :)
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