How do I change the backcolor of every other set of two rows on an MSHFlexGrid?

I have an MSHFlexGrid in a VB6 program that has linescores for baseball games. Every two lines is a complete linescore for a specific game, and I would like to separate the different game linescores by alternating the color of every two rows. How do I make it so that every other two lines is highlighted with a different backcolor? Anyone have a piece of VB6 code that will do this---or know how to explain it to me?
Many thanks.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Your question asks about VB6 but your topics say .Net. I'm hoping you really want VB6 and here's an example. The example only has 10 rows and the colors are hard-coded. If you had a lot more rows than that some other way of choosing the colors would have to be used.
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
To get around having to select a larger number of colors (and make sure that they are light enough to see the text) you might want to choose two colors and swap them every two rows as this does.

Private Sub Form_Load()

    Dim lngRow As Long
    Dim bSwap As Boolean
    With MSHFlexGrid1
        For lngRow = 0 To .Rows - 1 Step 2
            .FillStyle = flexFillRepeat
            .Row = lngRow
            .Col = .FixedCols
            .RowSel = lngRow
            .ColSel = .Cols - 1
            ' RGB colors are from
            If bSwap Then
                .CellBackColor = RGB(0, 255, 255)
                .Row = lngRow + 1
                .ColSel = .Cols - 1
                .CellBackColor = RGB(0, 255, 255)
                .CellBackColor = RGB(127, 255, 212)
                .Row = lngRow + 1
                .ColSel = .Cols - 1
                .CellBackColor = RGB(127, 255, 212)
            End If
            bSwap = Not bSwap
    End With
End Sub

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jazjefAuthor Commented:
Thanks MartinLiss .... the copy-paste code works. I had to start at row 1 instead of 0 to Rows - 1 ..... once I did that, the fixed row at the top was excluded and it evens out nicely.

The RGB adjustment method is a nice touch too---I've used that in the past, but forgot how nicely it allows you to find diverse color contrast via subtle adjustment. Thanks for suggesting that as well.
jazjefAuthor Commented:
Once again MartinLiss solves my problem. He's like an internet all to himself. Thanks again!!!
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
LOL and once again you're welcome and I'm glad I was able to help.

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