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Thread: Grid'less in Seattle

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    The application I am working on requires a grid type structure that is UPDATABLE. It would be best if it was NOT BOUND. I was reading a little on the DBGRID control but it sounds like a lot of work to use it in unbound mode. What I really want is to just Visually display an Array and let the user change whatever. Then when I go to update the form I will process what remains.
    Any Ideas?

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    I think Farpoint Spread Control is one of the better grid available. It is simple to user and provides lotsa cool feature. I think you can download a demo copy from www.fpoint.com

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    Sheridan Developers toolkit has a really handy grid (ssdbgrid) that is really easy to use.

    Don;t know whre you'll get it search the web though.

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    The MSFlexGrid is really slick, unfortunately it's not editable directly, but you can easily build a simple interface to make it editable.

    If you'd like an example of this, Email me.

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    [This message has been edited by Aaron Young (edited 11-04-1999).]

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    Try the MSFlexGrid... I used it a while ago and it's a very nifty control...

    I could provide you with an example, just let me know by mail...
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