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adding a Check Box to a MS Flex Grid

Posted on 2007-03-26
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Hi you all,
I want to add a Check Box to every row of a MS Flex Grid in a specific Column (the first usually) in order to allow the user the option to select multiple non continuous rows, since the CTRL+Click doesn't work with the grid.
Code snippets will be most welcome.
Thanx!
Guy
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You will find an excellent code sample in this link:
http://www.vbcity.com/forums/faq.asp?fid=6&cat=Grids
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by:Etzie
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Hi Sethi,
So to see which Row is selected I just have to check which picture is in the cell...
Fair enough, looks like what I'm after.
Where are the bloody Check & Unckecked images???

Thanx mate
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