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Trying to send an email with multiple datagrids - each datagrid is stacking on top of each other in the email, and I want all the datagrids to be on one row in the email

Posted on 2009-05-05
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I am trying to send an email with datagrids. I do not want the datagrids to stack on top of each other in the email. How do I get the datagrids to be next to each other horizontally?
If pnlFixedSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(dgFixedSS))
                End If
                If pnlFixedWSSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(dgFixedWSSS))
                End If
                If pnlFixedPTSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(dgFixedPTSS))
                End If
                If Me.pnlMCPEBundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgMCPEBundledSS))
                End If
                If Me.pnlMCPEUnbundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgMCPEUnbundledSS))
                End If
 
                If Me.pnlSplitBundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgSplitBundledSS))
                End If
                If Me.pnlSplitUnbundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgSplitUnbundledSS))
                End If
 
 
                If Me.pnlOnOffBundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgOnOffBundledSS))
                End If
                If Me.pnlOnOffUnbundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgOnOffUnbundledSS))
                End If
 
                If Me.pnlWSHRBundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgWSHRBundledSS))
                End If
                If Me.pnlWSHRUnbundledSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgWSHRUnbundledSS))
                End If
 
                If Me.pnlRetailHRSS.Visible = True Then
                    mBody.Append(getHTML(Me.dgRetailHRSS))
                End If

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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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do you have the same rows in each grids? are the grids related or is is just different grids that you want side-by-side?

if it is only grids that you want side-by-side, you could embed HTML tables into table cells. Something like:

mBody.Append("<table>")
mBody.Append("<tr>")
If pnlFixedSS.Visible = True Then
   mBody.Append("<td>")
   mBody.Append(getHTML(dgFixedSS))
   mBody.Append("</td>")
End If
If pnlFixedWSSS.Visible = True Then
   mBody.Append("<td>")
   mBody.Append(getHTML(dgFixedWSSS))
   mBody.Append("</td>")
End If
....
mBody.Append("</tr>")
mBody.Append("</table>")
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by:utlonghornjulie
ID: 24315419
That worked. Thanks!
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