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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Aug 19, 1997

Programmatically Selecting Multiple Rows in a Data Grid

To select multiple, nonconsecutive rows (a tagged list) in Sheridan Software's DataGrid (which is a part of its Data Widgets package), first set the SelectionTypeRow property of the DataGrid to TagList. For each row you want to select, set the EvalRowNumber property to the row number and the EvalRowIsSelected property to TRUE. This code illustrates how to select odd rows in a DataGrid using this approach:
 Sub SelectSomeRows() 
Dim i As Integer 

For i = 1 To 10 Step 2 
SSDataGrid1.EvalRowNumber = i 
SSDataGrid1.EvalRowIsSelected = True 
Next i 
End Sub 
Sheridan Software
 
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