Add Command butons to a mshFlexgrid using vb6

Add a command button to the last column in a mshflexgrid with
the index of the row

Sub AddaRowToGrid(grd As MSHFlexGrid)
        Dim LastRow As Integer
        Dim LastColumn As Integer
        cmdViewRtf(0).Visible = False 'hide first button in header row
        With grd
        .Rows = .Rows + 1 'add a row
        LastRow = .Rows - 1
        LastColumn = Cols - 1
        'add cmdButton to last centered in row last column (cmdViewRtf) with the index of the row number
        End With
End Sub
how to write this ?
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Do you want a command button only on the last row? If a new row is added after that do you want the command button "moved" to the new row?
isnoend2001Author Commented:
Yes when a new record record is added the a button is added to the new row, not moved each row will have a command button with the index of the new row
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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isnoend2001Author Commented:
Thanks Marty, you gave what i asked for, but i don't think  it will work like i planned
If a row is removed the button remains as they only seem to be in the grid
I think i will have to images that look like command  buttons that are actually part of the grid using the CellPicture Property
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
No, no. no. That can be handled. Be back soon.
isnoend2001Author Commented:
but i think i have found a better way, just using text
Row = LastRow
        .Col = LastColumn
        .CellFontBold = True
        .CellForeColor = vbBlue
        .CellFontUnderline = True
        .Text = "View"
all i am trying to do is use the cells click event to open a rtf with the path hidden in col 1
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
Well in any case here it is.
isnoend2001Author Commented:
Thanks, gonna have more questions soon i can see what i need to do, just get stumped on how to do it
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