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First item (index 1) in ver 6.0 listview control, becomes editable for unknown reason. How to stop this?

Posted on 2006-06-28
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Hello,

I have a MS ver 6.0 ActiveX ListView control on a MS Access 2003 form, in report view.

When I selected a row, more often than not, after a second or two, the first item, (index/column 1) will unhighlight and become an editable text box. This is totally undesirable for my purposes. I would be very grateful if someone could please help me keep this from happening.

Thank you!
JA67
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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there is a property called "labeledit" which is by default set to Automatic, change to manual
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Awesome!!!! That worked! Thank you so much. I sure do appreciate the help. I hope you have a geat day!

JA67
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