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Hello All,

I have constructed a MSHFlexGrid which is populated from a Access Database. What I want to be able to do is doubleclick on a specific user within the FlexGrid and it will open a form filled with the user, and his/her further details.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated

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Are you using VB 6.0 ?

In vb 6.0, I am doing it in the following way.

I will include one column of width 10 and put the primary key of the record in that column. This column won't be noticed since its width is very small.

Then on double clicking, I can pass this value to a subroutine.

Childish method. But simple.

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Madhu,

Interesting method, could you shine some light on the coding as I am quite new to Visual Basic

Tahnks a lot,
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