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Displaying a Horizontal Scrollbar for a single Column in a VBA ListView

Posted on 2011-03-03
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I have a ListView with 2 columns. I want to display a horizontal scrollbar for the first column olny such that I can scroll horizontally through the first column while the 2nd column remains in view in the ListView;.

By seting the widh of the first column > the width of the Listview I get a horizontal scrollbar. However, the scrollbar is being aplied to the ListView as a whole, not to the first column.So I must scroil the ListView to see the 2nd column.

How can I specify a horizontal scrollbar for the first column only?

Thanks in advance.

Joe
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Rory Archibald earned 500 total points
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You cannot do that, as far as I know.
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by:SiddharthRout
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I agree with Rorya. One dirty work around is to use two listviews. The first one has only 1 column and the second one doesn't have Col 1 but has data from Col 2 onwards..

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