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Old September 14th, 2009, 09:54 AM
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Default After execution the DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption property is set to Field.Name

Hello!
What is wrong this property?
I use Adodc1 and DataGrid1.
I try to do this by code.
Code:
Set DataGrid1.DataSource = Me.Adodc1
    
Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).Caption = "Phone"
Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).NumberFormat = "000 00 00"
Me.DataGrid1.Columns(0).DataField = "fld1"
But it is not working. Instead the caption property is set “fld1”.
The property NumberFormat is not shown correctly too.
Please help me.
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Default datafrid number format

I do a similar thing, but set it like this, it works fine, hope this helps



Code:
sub sSetGrid()
fmtNumber.Format = "#,##0; (#,##0)"
With Me.DataGrid_SpendProfile
.Columns(0).Visible = False
.Columns(1).Visible = False
.Columns(2).Visible = True
.Columns(2).Locked = True
.Columns(3).Visible = True
.Columns(3).width = 1000
.Columns(3).Alignment = dbgRight
Set .Columns(3).DataFormat = fmtNumber
End With
end sub so in your case you would need to use something like this fmtNumber.Format = "## ## ####" Set .Columns(3).DataFormat = fmtNumber

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