Assigning value to a label or textbox for row.,col selected from msflexgrid

HOw would I display the value of row, col seected in a label?
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x = MSFlexGrid1.RowSel
Mydata = MSFlexGrid1.Textmatrix(x,2)

text1.text = MyData
label1.caption = mydata

  all you have to do is assign the textbox's text property or labels caption property to that of the MSFlegrids Rowsel proerty.
Private Sub MSFlexGrid1_SelChange()
    Label1.Caption = MSFlexGrid1.TextMatrix(MSFlexGrid1.Row, MSFlexGrid1.Col)
End Sub
Or this if you want currently selected Row/Col values

Private Sub MSFlexGrid1_SelChange()
    Label1.Caption = "Row:" & MSFlexGrid1.Row & _
                  "   Col:" & MSFlexGrid1.Col & _
                  "   Val:" & MSFlexGrid1.TextMatrix(MSFlexGrid1.Row, MSFlexGrid1.Col)
End Sub

.Row and .Col are more "precise" than .RowSel and ColSel

If you select multiple cells, then Row/Col will point to cell where you began selecting (where you pressed mouse button), and RowSel/ColSel will point to cell where you released mouse button.
The cell where you began is actualy your current cell, not the last.

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