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How can we implement Flat Scrollbars in a List View?

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How can we implement Flat Scrollbars in a List View? (i am using VB) I set FlatScrollBar property of ListView to true , but it doesnt seem to work properly
is it possible to implement FlatScrollBars  to a ListView so that it should perform as its normal 3d Scrollbar. That is Scrollbar positions should be positioned automatically when ListItems are added or removed from the Listiew Control.

Thanks  in Advance
Riyasjef
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Seems to be a flaw....

BUG: Flat Scroll Bars in ListView Do Not Work Correctly
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;190673
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Hi Mikal613  

Thanks
i tried this link
>>http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/vbcon98/html/vbconusingflatscrollbarcontrol.asp

I placed a FlatScrollBar with orientation Vertical. and it works fine when i set the values of the scroll bar to the listview selecteditem index

But how can i manage the horizontal Scroll bar. ListView Control provides a Horizontal Flat scroll bar
but it doesnt work properly when it is scrolled.
Any Idea ?

Riasjef
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by:Shiju Sasidharan
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Hi
  it is better to try any third party  Controls
something like VSFlexgrid..
 ;-)
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@shijusn thanks
I can't use third party components for the time being..

@Mikal613  
how can i manage the horizontal Scroll bar..

RJ
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