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Default Get the index Msflexgrid when u click on it..

Hi all

I have created a program with a flexgrid in it for the user to see the information in the database. I would like that when u click the record u what it will pull up the main form with the infor u click on.

I don't now the code to get that done so if anyone can help please send me the code to get it done.

I know how to delete,sort,add find in a flexgrid. I saw this in a program that was build in vb.

Please help thanks.

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Hi ,

I'm no expert on the flexgrid, but I came across this page this morning that may help you.

http://www.visualbasicforum.com/show...threadid=35110

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Most of us on this forum have our own developer jobs, and don't have tons of time to figure out the abbreviations that you are using.

Although using things like 'u' to mean user make your typing faster, it adds time to the 100's of us who are reading your message. You are making a request for us. Try to make it easy for us to understand what you are asking.

I can't offer you help, because I don't know what you are saying in your request.




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At least Mr. pk said "Please help thanks"...
I cannot understand the original post either, even though English not being
my first language helps me in these situations.

pk, please refrase you request and we will be glad to help you.

Marco

PS the code suggested in the byron post is quite good.

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quote:Originally posted by jlick
 Most of us on this forum have our own developer jobs, and don't have tons of time to figure out the abbreviations that you are using.

Although using things like 'u' to mean user make your typing faster, it adds time to the 100's of us who are reading your message. You are making a request for us. Try to make it easy for us to understand what you are asking.

I can't offer you help, because I don't know what you are saying in your request.




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