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Is anyone know of a non-data bound flex grid for vb.net?

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Has anyone create an old vb6 style flexgrid? It was the perfect solution when you need to show a multi-dimensional array. For example I have a small program that I would like to write where I would have a list of employees, their status, the time and date the status was set. Some of the information does not come from a database table. I also don't like controls access my data directly. I prefer using class modules to read/write/modify data then hand the information back to the routines.

Ideas?

p.s. I need to be able to modify background colors of the cells depending on the status selected.

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In my system the msflexgrid path is : C:\WINDOWS\system32\MSFLXGRD.OCX

I go to ToolBox, use Select Elements and select tab COM Components.
Then I select the Path for MsFlxGrd  (Microsoft Flex Grid Control).

Now I can add the control to my Form.
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All I can say is OMG.
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