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Virgilio1

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Hi, I'm a beginner you're going to use Autoit a few months.

in an application I need to use the Data Grid control type.

With the use of visual basic FlexGrid, but with Autoit how do I get something like that?

Sorry for my bad English.

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The approximate equivalent of that is a ListView with multiple columns. Although, I'm not 100% sure as I don't code in Visual Basic and I only did a simple Google search.


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I use the Listview, but is not the same as a Grid, is much more limited and it is fine for small amounts of data.

to understand what I mean look what you can do on the internet with the FlexGrid ActiveX component.

Thanks anyway for the answer.

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If Flexigrid is an ActiveX component then you can use it in AutoIt.


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you could post an example?

Thanks :graduated:

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For the use of MSFlexGrid you need a licence or VB6 on Board.

There are some freeware ..grid.ocx on the net like MSTGrid.

HTH, Reinhard

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There is also the MSHFlexGrid which has more features. The two important files are

C:\WINDOWS\system32\MSFLXGRD.OCX, MSHFLXGD.OCX and I think they arrive with VB6, MS Office or any application that uses them.

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