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Column Header In ListView Not Showing?

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Hey everyone

I have two listviews, the first one has 2 columns and the columns headers are displayed fine.  However in my 2nd listview (which has only 1 column) there is no header.  

How can I get the column header to display in my 2nd listview?
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by:Binuth
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can you post code?
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 2000 total points
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Make sure the View property of the ListView is set to "Details".

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Was sure I tried that, not sure why it suddenly works but happy days!
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