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    column or header in listbox

    Hi

    is possible using API to put Header in listbox ?


    tia

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    Re: column or header in listbox

    Always possible, I'd imagine, but would require subclassing the listbox, at a minimum, & likely owner-drawing it. Is it worth it? A listivew does a similar job & has built-in headers
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    Re: column or header in listbox

    Probably not, but that is where UserControls are so handy, i. e. a Label and a Listbox.

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    Re: column or header in listbox

    I would say use a listview

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    Re: column or header in listbox

    Or the MSFlexGrid

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