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How to create a text box with a table?

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I'm sure I've seen this before but for the life of me, I can't recall it. What I am trying to do is be able to pull some data out from my DB and display it in a editable textbox that has resizable grids / tables in it. I almost want to say that there is already a command / function similar to what i am looking for but I just can't get my fingers on it.

Thoughts? Many thanks!


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I'm sure I've seen this before but for the life of me, I can't recall it. What I am trying to do is be able to pull some data out from my DB and display it in a editable textbox that has resizable grids / tables in it. I almost want to say that there is already a command / function similar to what i am looking for but I just can't get my fingers on it.

Thoughts? Many thanks!

Take a look in help file at GUICtrlCreateListView() and to edit in list search on forum for examples.

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Now I just need to understand how his script works :) Thanks!

Script for editable listview


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