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Scrolling multiple header rows

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1723 Nov 20,2002 12:29 PM Nov 20,2002 12:45 PM Windows Forms 2
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Rob Downs
Asked On November 20, 2002 12:29 PM

Hi, I have a basic grid in which I want 4 header rows across the top. I tried setting Rows.HeaderCount which seems to do what I want, except when the grid scrolls off the bottom of the window all the header rows except the first one also scroll. How do i fix the other header rows in place along with the first one? Thanks, R.

Rob Downs
Replied On November 20, 2002 12:44 PM

> Hi, > > I have a basic grid in which I want 4 header rows across the top. I tried setting Rows.HeaderCount which seems to do what I want, except when the grid scrolls off the bottom of the window all the header rows except the first one also scroll. > > How do i fix the other header rows in place along with the first one? > > Thanks, > > R. Doh! Try setting Rows.FrozenRowCount also... ;-) R.

Rob Downs
Replied On November 20, 2002 12:45 PM

> Hi, > > I have a basic grid in which I want 4 header rows across the top. I tried setting Rows.HeaderCount which seems to do what I want, except when the grid scrolls off the bottom of the window all the header rows except the first one also scroll. > > How do i fix the other header rows in place along with the first one? > > Thanks, > > R. Doh! Try setting Rows.FrozenCount also... ;-) R.

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