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    DBGRID in UserForm

    Hi,

    I need any refence for to use DBDGRID in Userform?

    Please, anybody can help me.

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    Re: DBGRID in UserForm

    You are wanting a grid on your UserForm? Why not use a input file instead (that you can select)?
    Richard DeMers
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    Re: DBGRID in UserForm

    Because i want to know how to use it...

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    Re: DBGRID in UserForm

    I'm assuming you mean DBGRID and not DBDGRID. You should see it under Additional Controls with the name "DBGrid Control". If not, you will have to get the VB6 CD and find it on that. VB6 does not automatically install the DBGrid because it has been replaced by the DataGrid, which is an upgraded version of the control.

    There's a readme file in the folder which explains how to install it but basically you have to do this:

    Find GRID32.OCX on the installation CD
    Copy it to \Windows\System (or System32)
    Find VBCTRLS.REG on the installation CD
    Copy it to\Windows\System
    Locate the VBCTRLS.REG in System
    Double click to add it to the registery

    To place it on TestPartner's Toolbox, right click the Toolbox, select Additional Controls and select the DBGrid Control.

    I really wouldn't bother learning the DBGrid though if I were you. It's used to bind to DAO recordsets which is now very old technology. I'd recommed the DataGrid instead because this works with ADO recordsets.
    Rob

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    Re: DBGRID in UserForm

    Thanks a lot...
    I will try it.

 

 

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