800:
How can copy and paste the selection to Microsoft Word, any OLE compliant application, as a snapshot
With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.HTMLPicture("p1") = "c:\exontrol\images\card.png"
	.HTMLPicture("p2") = "c:\exontrol\images\sun.png"
	.AutoDrag = exAutoDragCopySnapShot
	.LinesAtRoot = exNoLinesAtRoot
	.HasLines = exThinLine
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.DefaultItemHeight = 26
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	With .Chart
		.ShowNonworkingDates = False
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/29/2000#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		.LevelCount = 2
		With .Bars.Item("Task")
			.Color = &H1000000
			.Height = 18
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("<img>p1:32</img>Group 1")
		.CellCaptionFormat(h,0) = exHTML
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.ItemBold(h) = True
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 1")
		.AddBar h1,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/4/2001#,"K1"
		h2 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 2")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/5/2001#,#1/7/2001#,"K2"
		.AddLink "L1",h1,"K1",h2,"K2"
		.Link("L1",exLinkText) = "L1"
		h3 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 3")
		.AddBar h3,"Task",#1/8/2001#,#1/10/2001#,"K3"
		.AddLink "L2",h2,"K2",h3,"K3"
		.Link("L2",exLinkText) = "L2"
		h = .AddItem("<img>p2:32</img>Group 2")
		.CellCaptionFormat(h,0) = exHTML
		.ItemBold(h) = True
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task")
		.AddBar h1,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/4/2001#,"K1"
		.ExpandItem(0) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
799:
How can copy and paste the selection to Microsoft Word, any OLE compliant application, as a image

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.HTMLPicture("p1") = "c:\exontrol\images\card.png"
	.HTMLPicture("p2") = "c:\exontrol\images\sun.png"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	var_HTMLPicture = .HTMLPicture("aka1")
	.HeaderHeight = 24
	.DefaultItemHeight = 48
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	.GridLineColor = RGB(240,240,240)
	.SelBackMode = exTransparent
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	.ContinueColumnScroll = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExTree\Sample\VB\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.Columns.Item(0).Def(exCellCaptionFormat) = 1
	.Columns.Item(0).FormatColumn = "value + ` <img>p` + (1 + (value mod 3 ) ) + `</img>`"
	.Columns.Item(0).Width = 112
	.Columns.Item(1).Def(exCellHasCheckBox) = 1
	.Columns.Item(2).LevelKey = "1"
	.Columns.Item(3).LevelKey = "1"
	.Columns.Item(4).LevelKey = "1"
	.AutoDrag = exAutoDragCopyImage
	.SingleSel = False
	With .Items
		h = .ItemByIndex(1)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		h = .ItemByIndex(2)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		h = .ItemByIndex(3)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		.LockedItemCount(BottomAlignment) = 1
		h = .LockedItem(BottomAlignment,0)
		.CellCaption(h,1) = "<font ;16>Click the selection and <b>wait to start dragging</b>, and then drop to Microsoft Word, ..."
		.CellSingleLine(h,1) = False
		.CellCaptionFormat(h,1) = exHTML
		.CellHAlignment(h,1) = CenterAlignment
		.ItemDivider(h) = 1
		.ItemDividerLineAlignment(h) = DividerTop
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
798:
How can copy and paste the selection to Microsoft Word, Excel or any OLE compliant application, as a text

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	.ContinueColumnScroll = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExTree\Sample\VB\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.Columns.Item(2).LevelKey = "1"
	.Columns.Item(3).LevelKey = "1"
	.Columns.Item(4).LevelKey = "1"
	.AutoDrag = exAutoDragCopyText
	.SingleSel = False
	With .Items
		h = .ItemByIndex(1)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		h = .ItemByIndex(3)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		h = .ItemByIndex(4)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		h = .ItemByIndex(5)
		.SelectItem(h) = True
		.LockedItemCount(BottomAlignment) = 1
		h = .LockedItem(BottomAlignment,0)
		.CellCaption(h,0) = "<font ;16>Click the selection and <b>wait to start dragging</b>, and then drop to Microsoft Word, Excel, ..."
		.CellSingleLine(h,0) = False
		.CellCaptionFormat(h,0) = exHTML
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = CenterAlignment
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.ItemDividerLineAlignment(h) = DividerTop
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
797:
Is it possible to change the indentation during the drag and drop

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.AutoDrag = exAutoDragPositionAny
	.LinesAtRoot = exNoLinesAtRoot
	.HasLines = exSolidLine
	.HasButtons = exWPlus
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.SelBackMode = exTransparent
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	With .Chart
		.ShowNonworkingDates = False
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/29/2000#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 128
		.LevelCount = 2
		.Bars.Item("Task").Color = &H1000000
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Group 1")
		.ItemBold(h) = True
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 1")
		.AddBar h1,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/4/2001#,"K1"
		h2 = .InsertItem(h1,,"Task 2")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/15/2001#,#1/17/2001#,"K4"
		h2 = .InsertItem(h1,,"Task 3")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/5/2001#,#1/7/2001#,"K2"
		.AddLink "L1",h1,"K1",h2,"K2"
		.Link("L1",exLinkText) = "L1"
		h3 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 3")
		.AddBar h3,"Task",#1/8/2001#,#1/10/2001#,"K3"
		.AddLink "L2",h2,"K2",h3,"K3"
		.Link("L2",exLinkText) = "L2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		.ExpandItem(h1) = True
		h = .AddItem("Group 2")
		.ItemBold(h) = True
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.LockedItemCount(BottomAlignment) = 1
		h = .LockedItem(BottomAlignment,0)
		.CellCaption(h,0) = "Click a row, and move by dragging <b>up, down</b> to change the row's parent or <b>left,right</b> to increase or decrease the i" & _
"ndentation."
		.CellSingleLine(h,0) = False
		.CellCaptionFormat(h,0) = exHTML
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
796:
Is it possible to allow moving an item to another, but keeping its indentation

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.AutoDrag = exAutoDragPositionKeepIndent
	.LinesAtRoot = exNoLinesAtRoot
	.HasLines = exThinLine
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	With .Chart
		.ShowNonworkingDates = False
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/29/2000#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		.LevelCount = 2
		.Bars.Item("Task").Color = &H1000000
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Group 1")
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.ItemBold(h) = True
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 1")
		.AddBar h1,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/4/2001#,"K1"
		h2 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 2")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/5/2001#,#1/7/2001#,"K2"
		.AddLink "L1",h1,"K1",h2,"K2"
		.Link("L1",exLinkText) = "L1"
		h3 = .InsertItem(h,,"Task 3")
		.AddBar h3,"Task",#1/8/2001#,#1/10/2001#,"K3"
		.AddLink "L2",h2,"K2",h3,"K3"
		.Link("L2",exLinkText) = "L2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Group 2")
		.ItemBold(h) = True
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
795:
How can I change the row's position to another, by drag and drop. Is it possible

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.AutoDrag = exAutoDragPosition
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	With .Chart
		.ShowNonworkingDates = False
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/29/2000#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 64
		.LevelCount = 2
		.Bars.Item("Task").Color = &H1000000
	End With
	With .Items
		h1 = .AddItem("Task 1")
		.AddBar h1,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/4/2001#,"K1"
		h2 = .AddItem("Task 2")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/5/2001#,#1/7/2001#,"K2"
		.AddLink "L1",h1,"K1",h2,"K2"
		.Link("L1",exLinkText) = "L1"
		h3 = .AddItem("Task 3")
		.AddBar h3,"Task",#1/8/2001#,#1/10/2001#,"K3"
		.AddLink "L2",h2,"K2",h3,"K3"
		.Link("L2",exLinkText) = "L2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
794:
Have seen the RenderType, but do not know what kind of values should I use

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	.BackColorHeader = &H1000000
	With .Chart
		.BackColorLevelHeader = &H1000000
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/29/2000#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 64
		.LevelCount = 2
		.Bars.Item("Task").Color = &H1000000
	End With
	With .Items
		h1 = .AddItem("Task 1")
		.AddBar h1,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/4/2001#,"K1"
		h2 = .AddItem("Task 2")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/5/2001#,#1/7/2001#,"K2"
		.AddLink "L1",h1,"K1",h2,"K2"
		.Link("L1",exLinkText) = "L1"
		h3 = .AddItem("Task 3")
		.AddBar h3,"Task",#1/8/2001#,#1/10/2001#,"K3"
		.AddLink "L2",h2,"K2",h3,"K3"
		.Link("L2",exLinkText) = "L2"
	End With
	.VisualAppearance.RenderType = -2147483393
	.EndUpdate 
End With
793:
I have several columns, but noticed that the filter is using AND between columns, but I need OR clause for filtering. Is it possible

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Item")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.Filter = "Child 1"
		.FilterType = exFilter
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("Date")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.DisplayFilterDate = True
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowExclude Or FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox Or FilterListEnum.exNoItems
		.Filter = #12/28/2010#
		.FilterType = exDate
	End With
	.FilterCriteria = "%0 or %1"
	.Description(exFilterBarOr) = "<font ;18><fgcolor=FF0000>or</fgcolor></font>"
	.Description(exFilterBarAnd) = "<font ;18><fgcolor=FF0000>and</fgcolor></font>"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 1"),1) = #12/27/2010#
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 2"),1) = #12/28/2010#
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 1"),1) = #12/29/2010#
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 2"),1) = #12/30/2010#
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
792:
Is it possible exclude the dates being selected in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns.Add("Date")
		.SortType = SortDate
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.DisplayFilterDate = True
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowExclude Or FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox Or FilterListEnum.exNoItems
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #12/27/2010#
		.AddItem #12/28/2010#
		.AddItem #12/29/2010#
		.AddItem #12/30/2010#
		.AddItem #12/31/2010#
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
791:
How can I display a calendar control inside the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns.Add("Date")
		.SortType = SortDate
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.DisplayFilterDate = True
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox Or FilterListEnum.exNoItems
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #12/27/2010#
		.AddItem #12/28/2010#
		.AddItem #12/29/2010#
		.AddItem #12/30/2010#
		.AddItem #12/31/2010#
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
790:
Is it possible to include the dates as checkb-boxes in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns.Add("Dates")
		.SortType = SortDate
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = True
		.DisplayFilterDate = True
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox
		.Filter = "to 12/27/2010"
		.FilterType = exDate
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #12/27/2010#
		.AddItem #12/28/2010#
		.AddItem #12/29/2010#
		.AddItem #12/30/2010#
		.AddItem #12/31/2010#
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
789:
How can I filter items for dates before a specified date

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns.Add("Dates")
		.SortType = SortDate
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = True
		.DisplayFilterDate = True
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exNoItems
		.Filter = "to 12/27/2010"
		.FilterType = exDate
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #12/27/2010#
		.AddItem #12/28/2010#
		.AddItem #12/29/2010#
		.AddItem #12/30/2010#
		.AddItem #12/31/2010#
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
788:
Is it possible to filter dates

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns.Add("Dates")
		.SortType = SortDate
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = True
		.DisplayFilterDate = True
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exNoItems
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #12/27/2010#
		.AddItem #12/28/2010#
		.AddItem #12/29/2010#
		.AddItem #12/30/2010#
		.AddItem #12/31/2010#
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
787:
Is it possible to change the Exclude field name to something different, in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Description(exFilterBarExclude) = "Leaving out"
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowExclude Or FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
786:
How can I display the Exclude field in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowExclude Or FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
785:
Is it possible to show and ensure the focused item from the control, in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.SelectItem(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 2")) = True
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
784:
Is it possible to show only blanks items with no listed items from the control

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowBlanks Or FilterListEnum.exNoItems
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
783:
How can I include the blanks items in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowBlanks Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
782:
How can I select multiple items in the drop down filter window, using check-boxes

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = exShowCheckBox
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
781:
Is it possible to allow a single item being selected in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = exSingleSel
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
780:
How can I display no (All) item in the drop down filter window

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Description(exFilterBarAll) = ""
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = True
		.FilterList = exNoItems
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
779:
Is it possible to display no items in the drop down filter window, so only the pattern is visible

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = True
		.FilterList = exNoItems
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
778:
How can I show the child items with no identation

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesOutside
	.Indent = 12
	.HasLines = exThinLine
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
	End With
End With
777:
Is there other ways of showing the hierarchy lines (exGroupLinesAtRoot)

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesAtRoot
	.Indent = 12
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
776:
Is there other ways of showing the hierarchy lines (exGroupLinesOutside)

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesOutside
	.Indent = 12
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
	End With
End With
775:
Is there other ways of showing the hierarchy lines (exGroupLinesInsideLeaf)

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesInsideLeaf
	.Indent = 12
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
774:
Is there other ways of showing the hierarchy lines (exGroupLinesInside)

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesInside
	.Indent = 12
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
773:
Is there other ways of showing the hierarchy lines (exGroupLines)

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLines
	.Indent = 12
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem .InsertItem(h,,"Child 2"),,"SubChild 2"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
772:
Is it possible background color displayed when the mouse passes over an item

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Def"
	.HotBackColor = RGB(0,0,128)
	.HotForeColor = RGB(255,255,255)
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item A"
		.AddItem "Item B"
		.AddItem "Item C"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
771:
How can I simulate displaying groups

With Gantt1
	.HasLines = exNoLine
	.ScrollBySingleLine = True
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add "Name"
		.Add "A"
		.Add "B"
		.Add "C"
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Group 1")
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = CenterAlignment
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.ItemDividerLineAlignment(h) = DividerBoth
		.ItemHeight(h) = 24
		.SortableItem(h) = False
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		.CellCaption(h1,1) = 1
		.CellCaption(h1,2) = 2
		.CellCaption(h1,3) = 3
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 2")
		.CellCaption(h1,1) = 4
		.CellCaption(h1,2) = 5
		.CellCaption(h1,3) = 6
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("Group 2")
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = CenterAlignment
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.ItemDividerLineAlignment(h) = DividerBoth
		.ItemHeight(h) = 24
		.SortableItem(h) = False
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		.CellCaption(h1,1) = 1
		.CellCaption(h1,2) = 2
		.CellCaption(h1,3) = 3
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 2")
		.CellCaption(h1,1) = 4
		.CellCaption(h1,2) = 5
		.CellCaption(h1,3) = 6
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
770:
Is it possible to change the height for all items at once

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Columns.Add "Items"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root 1")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		h = .AddItem("Root 2")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(0) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
	.DefaultItemHeight = 12
	.Items.ItemHeight(0) = 12
End With
769:
Is it possible to specify the cell's value but still want to display some formatted text instead the value

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.Columns.Add "Value"
	.Columns.Add "FormatCell"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem(1)
		.CellCaption(h,1) = 12
		.FormatCell(h,1) = "currency(value)"
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		.CellCaption(h,1) = #1/1/2001#
		.CellCaptionFormat(h,1) = exHTML
		.FormatCell(h,1) = "longdate(value) replace '2001' with '<b>2001</b>'"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
768:
Is it possible to specify the cell's value but still want to display some formatted text instead the value

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Name"
		With .Add("Values")
			.SortType = SortNumeric
			.AllowSizing = False
			.Width = 64
			.FormatColumn = "((0:=dbl(value)) < 10? '<fgcolor=808080><font ;7>' :'<b>') + currency(=:0)"
			.Def(exCellCaptionFormat) = 1
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.FormatCell(h,1) = "'<none>'"
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 1"),1) = 10
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 2"),1) = 15
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 3"),1) = 25
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
767:
I am using the FormatColumn to display the current currency, but would like hide some values. Is it possible

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Name"
		With .Add("Values")
			.SortType = SortNumeric
			.AllowSizing = False
			.Width = 64
			.FormatColumn = "((0:=dbl(value)) < 10? '<fgcolor=808080><font ;7>' :'<b>') + currency(=:0)"
			.Def(exCellCaptionFormat) = 1
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.FormatCell(h,1) = " "
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 1"),1) = 10
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 2"),1) = 15
		.CellCaption(.InsertItem(h,,"Child 3"),1) = 25
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
766:
How can I apply the same ConditionalFormat on more than 1(one) column (multiple columns and not on item)

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .ConditionalFormats.Add("1","K1")
		.BackColor = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ApplyTo = &H1
	End With
	With .ConditionalFormats.Add("1","K2")
		.BackColor = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ApplyTo = &H2
	End With
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add "Column 2"
		.Add "Column 3"
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 
		.AddItem 
		.AddItem 
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
765:
How can I get the list of items as they are displayed
With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.BackColorAlternate = RGB(240,240,240)
	.Columns.Add "Names"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Mantel"
		.AddItem "Mechanik"
		.AddItem "Motor"
		.AddItem "Murks"
		.AddItem "Märchen"
		.AddItem "Möhren"
		.AddItem "Mühle"
	End With
	.Columns.Item(0).SortOrder = SortAscending
	.EndUpdate 
	Debug.Print( .GetItems(1) )
End With
764:
Is posible to reduce the size of the picture to be shown in the column's caption

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.HTMLPicture("pic1") = "c:\exontrol\images\zipdisk.gif"
	.HeaderHeight = 48
	.Columns.Add("DefaultSize").HTMLCaption = "Default-Size <img>pic1</img> Picture"
	.Columns.Add("CustomSize").HTMLCaption = "Custom-Size <img>pic1:16</img> Picture"
	.EndUpdate 
End With
763:
How can I change the color, font, bold etc for the items/cells in the same column or for the entire column

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	With .ConditionalFormats.Add("1")
		.Bold = True
		.ForeColor = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ApplyTo = &H1
	End With
	.Columns.Add "C1"
	With .Columns.Add("C2")
		.HeaderBold = True
		.HTMLCaption = "<fgcolor=FF0000>C2"
	End With
	With .Items
		.CellCaption(.AddItem(10),1) = 11
		.CellCaption(.AddItem(12),1) = 13
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
762:
The item is not getting selected when clicking the cell's checkbox. What should I do

' CellStateChanged event - Fired after cell's state has been changed.
Private Sub Gantt1_CellStateChanged(ByVal Item As EXGANTTLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	With Gantt1
		.Items.SelectItem(Item) = True
	End With
End Sub

With Gantt1
	.Columns.Add("Check").Def(exCellHasCheckBox) = True
	With .Items
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
		.AddItem 2
		.AddItem 3
	End With
End With
761:
Is it possible to limit the height of the item while resizing

' AddItem event - Occurs after a new Item has been inserted to Items collection.
Private Sub Gantt1_AddItem(ByVal Item As EXGANTTLibCtl.HITEM)
	With Gantt1
		.Items.ItemMinHeight(Item) = 18
		.Items.ItemMaxHeight(Item) = 72
	End With
End Sub

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ItemsAllowSizing = exResizeItem
	.ScrollBySingleLine = False
	.BackColorAlternate = RGB(240,240,240)
	.Columns.Add "Names"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Mantel"
		.AddItem "Mechanik"
		.AddItem "Motor"
		.AddItem "Murks"
		.AddItem "Märchen"
		.AddItem "Möhren"
		.AddItem "Mühle"
	End With
	.Columns.Item(0).SortOrder = SortAscending
	.EndUpdate 
End With
760:
Is it possible to copy the hierarchy of the control using the GetItems method

With Gantt1
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Columns.Add "Def"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 1"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
	End With
	.PutItems .GetItems(-1)
End With
759:
Does your control supports multiple lines tooltip

With Gantt1
	.HTMLPicture("pic1") = "c:\exontrol\images\zipdisk.gif"
	.ToolTipDelay = 1
	.Columns.Add("tootip").ToolTip = "<br><font Tahoma;10>This</font> is a <b>multi-lines</b> tooltip assigned to a column. The tooltip supports built-in HTML tags, " & _
"icons and pictures.<br><br><br><img>pic1</img> picture ... <br><br>"
End With
758:
It is possible to write the word in red/color or to add a tooltip or a link to the word

With Gantt1
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	With .Chart
		.LevelCount = 2
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/26/2000#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 32
	End With
	With .Items
		h1 = .AddItem("Task 1")
		.AddBar h1,"",#1/1/2001#,#1/5/2001#,"K1","some <fgcolor=FF0000>red</fgcolor> text"
		.ItemBar(h1,"K1",exBarPercent) = False
		.ItemBar(h1,"K1",exBarToolTip) = "And here goes the <b>tooltip</b> of the text. "
		.AddItem ""
		.AddItem ""
		.AddItem ""
		.AddItem ""
		h2 = .AddItem("Task 2")
		.AddBar h2,"Task",#1/5/2001#,#1/7/2001#,"K2"
		.ItemBar(h2,"K2",exBarToolTip) = "And here goes the <b>tooltip</b> of the bar. "
		.AddLink "L1",h1,"K1",h2,"K2"
		.Link("L1",exLinkText) = "L<b>inke</b>d to a bar"
		.Link("L1",exLinkToolTip) = "And here goes the <b>tooltip</b> of the link. "
	End With
End With
757:
It is possible to use seconds/minutes/hours as time scale in your control, but using my regional settings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.Label(exMonth) = "<|><%loc_m1%><|><%loc_m2%><|><%loc_m3%><|><%loc_mmmm%><|><%loc_m3%> '<%yy%><|><%loc_mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.Label(exWeek) = "<|><%ww%><|><%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256"
		.Label(exDay) = "<|><%loc_d1%><|><%loc_d2%><|><%loc_d3%><|><%loc_dddd%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%><|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d" & _
"%>, <%yyyy%><||><||>4096"
		.Label(exHour) = "<|><%hh%><|><%h%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%> <%h%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%" & _
"> <%h%> <%AM/PM%><||><||>65536"
		.Label(exMinute) = "<|><%nn%><|><%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%> <%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> " & _
"<%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.Label(exSecond) = "<|><%ss%><|><%nn%>:<%ss%><|><%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%> <%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%>" & _
"<|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exMonth) = "<%loc_mmmm%>/<%yyyy%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exWeek) = "<%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%ww%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exDay) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exHour) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exMinute) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exSecond) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%>"
	End With
	With .Chart
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
		.LevelCount = 4
		.Level(0).Label = 4096
		.Level(1).Label = 65536
		.Level(2).Label = 1048576
		With .Level(3)
			.Count = 15
			.Label = 16777216
		End With
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
756:
The chart's header is displayed in English. Can I change so it is the same as in my regional settings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.Label(exMonth) = "<|><%loc_m1%><|><%loc_m2%><|><%loc_m3%><|><%loc_mmmm%><|><%loc_m3%> '<%yy%><|><%loc_mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.Label(exWeek) = "<|><%ww%><|><%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256"
		.Label(exDay) = "<|><%loc_d1%><|><%loc_d2%><|><%loc_d3%><|><%loc_dddd%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%><|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d" & _
"%>, <%yyyy%><||><||>4096"
		.Label(exHour) = "<|><%hh%><|><%h%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%> <%h%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%" & _
"> <%h%> <%AM/PM%><||><||>65536"
		.Label(exMinute) = "<|><%nn%><|><%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%> <%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> " & _
"<%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.Label(exSecond) = "<|><%ss%><|><%nn%>:<%ss%><|><%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%><|><%loc_d3%>, <%loc_m3%> <%d%>, '<%yy%> <%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%>" & _
"<|><%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exMonth) = "<%loc_mmmm%>/<%yyyy%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exWeek) = "<%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%ww%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exDay) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exHour) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exMinute) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%> <%AM/PM%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exSecond) = "<%loc_dddd%>, <%loc_mmmm%> <%d%>, <%yyyy%> <%h%>:<%nn%>:<%ss%> <%AM/PM%>"
	End With
	With .Chart
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.UnitScale = exDay
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
755:
It is possible to use seconds/minutes/hours as time scale in your control

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
		.LevelCount = 4
		.Level(0).Label = 4096
		.Level(1).Label = 65536
		.Level(2).Label = 1048576
		With .Level(3)
			.Count = 15
			.Label = 16777216
		End With
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
754:
How can I prevent highlighting the column from the cursor - point

With Gantt1
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"gBFLBCJwBAEHhEJAEGg4BI0IQAAYAQGKIYBkAKBQAGaAoDDUOQzQwAAxDKKUEwsACEIrjKCYVgOHYYRrIMYgBCMJhLEoaZLhEZRQiqDYtRDFQBSDDcPw/EaRZohGaYJ" & _
"gEgI="
	.Background(exCursorHoverColumn) = &H1000000
	.Columns.Add("S").Width = 32
	.Columns.Add("Level 1").LevelKey = 1
	.Columns.Add("Level 2").LevelKey = 1
	.Columns.Add("Level 3").LevelKey = 1
	.Columns.Add("E1").Width = 32
	.Columns.Add("E2").Width = 32
	.Columns.Add("E3").Width = 32
	.Columns.Add("E4").Width = 32
End With
753:
Can I use and display PNG pictures

With Gantt1
	.HTMLPicture("pic1") = "c:\exontrol\images\card.png"
	.HeaderHeight = 48
	.Columns.Add("ColumnName").HTMLCaption = "<b>HTML</b> Column <img>pic1</img> Picture"
End With
752:
Is it possible to specify the background color for the item in the chart part only

With Gantt1
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		hC = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		Gantt1.Chart.ItemBackColor(hC) = RGB(255,0,0)
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
751:
Is it possible to apply different visual appearance, color, sizes for item in the list and chart part

With Gantt1
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.VisualAppearance.Add 2,"c:\exontrol\images\pushed.ebn"
	.VisualAppearance.Add 3,"CP:2 2 2 -2 -2"
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	.SelBackMode = exTransparent
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		hC = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		.ItemBackColor(hC) = &H1ffff00
		Gantt1.Chart.ItemBackColor(hC) = &H300ff00
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
750:
How do I change the visual appearance for the entire item, using your EBN technology

With Gantt1
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		hC = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		.ItemBackColor(hC) = &H1000000
		Gantt1.Chart.ItemBackColor(hC) = &H1000000
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
749:
is it possible to specify the a different background color for the item, list and chart part

With Gantt1
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		hC = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		.ItemBackColor(hC) = RGB(255,0,0)
		Gantt1.Chart.ItemBackColor(hC) = RGB(255,255,0)
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
748:
Is it possible to specify the background color for the entire row, including the chart part

With Gantt1
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Root")
		hC = .InsertItem(h,,"Child 1")
		.ItemBackColor(hC) = RGB(255,0,0)
		Gantt1.Chart.ItemBackColor(hC) = RGB(255,0,0)
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
End With
747:
How can I show the tooltip programmatically ( I want to be able to set the tooltip content dynamically just before the tooltip start to appear, not using the exBarTooltip )

' MouseMove event - Occurs when the user moves the mouse.
Private Sub Gantt1_MouseMove(Button As Integer,Shift As Integer,X As Single,Y As Single)
	With Gantt1
		.ShowToolTip .Chart.BarFromPoint(-1,-1),"","8","8"
	End With
End Sub

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Def"
	With .Chart
		.PaneWidth(False) = 64
		.LevelCount = 2
		.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2010#
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Task")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/2/2010#,#1/5/2010#,"A","A"
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/5/2010#,#1/8/2010#,"B","B"
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/8/2010#,#1/11/2010#,"C","C"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
746:
Is it possible to move an item from a parent to another

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Columns.Add "Items"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "A"
		.AddItem "B"
		.InsertItem .AddItem("C"),"","D"
		.SetParent .FindItem("D",0),.FindItem("A",0)
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
745:
How can I change the identation for an item

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Columns.Add "Items"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "A"
		.AddItem "B"
		.InsertItem .AddItem("C"),"","D"
		.SetParent .FindItem("D",0),0
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
744:
How can I specify the levels using the user's Regional and Language Options

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Font.Name = "Arial Unicode MS"
	.HeaderHeight = 36
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #5/30/2010#
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.FirstWeekDay = exMonday
		.UnitWidth = 36
		.LevelCount = 2
		With .Level(0)
			.Label = "<b><%loc_mmmm%></b> <%yyyy%><br><%loc_sdate%><r> <%ww%> "
			.ToolTip = .Label
			.Unit = exWeek
		End With
		With .Level(1)
			.Label = "<%loc_ddd%><br><%d%>"
			.ToolTip = .Label
		End With
		.ToolTip = "<%loc_ldate%>"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
743:
How can I display a bar only using a gradient color and shadow

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		With .Bars.Item("Task")
			.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
			.EndColor = .Color
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		h = .AddItem("W/h Gradient")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 8291
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
742:
Is it possible to display a bar only using a gradient color using the exBarColor option

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		With .Bars.Item("Task")
			.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
			.EndColor = .StartColor
			.Height = 17
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		h = .AddItem("W/h Gradient")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 227
		h = .AddItem("W/h Color")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 227
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarColor) = 255
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
741:
Is it possible to display a bar only using a gradient color

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		With .Bars.Item("Task")
			.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
			.EndColor = .StartColor
			.Height = 17
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		h = .AddItem("W/h Gradient")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 227
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
740:
Is it possible to display a bar only using a gradient color

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		With .Bars.Item("Task")
			.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
			.EndColor = .Color
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		h = .AddItem("W/h Gradient")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 99
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
739:
How can I display a specified bar only with a thicker border

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		h = .AddItem("W/h Border")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 4099
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
738:
Is it possible to display the shadow for a specified bar

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		h = .AddItem("W/h Shadow")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.ItemBar(h,"",exBarPattern) = 8195
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
737:
Is it possible to display the task bars with a gradient color

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		.Bars.Copy "Task","TaskO"
		With .Bars.Item("Task")
			.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
			.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
			.EndColor = .Color
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"TaskO",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Pattern Gradient"),"Task",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Original"),"TaskO",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
736:
How can I know the type of bars I can displays using predefined patterns

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.FirstVisibleDate = #12/31/2009#
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 96
		With .Bars
			.Add("Box").Pattern = exPatternBox
			.Add("ThickBox").Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternThickBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
			.Add("DiagBox").Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternThickBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBDiagonal
			.Copy("Task","Shadow").Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternFrameShadow Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
			.Copy("Task","TShadow").Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternFrameShadow Or PatternEnum.exPatternThickBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternDiagCross
			With .Add("HGrad1")
				.Pattern = exPatternBox
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = RGB(0,0,255)
			End With
			With .Add("HGrad2")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
			End With
			With .Add("HGrad3")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = .StartColor
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
			End With
			With .Add("HGrad4")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternThickBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = .StartColor
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
			End With
			With .Add("HGrad5")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternFrameShadow Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
				.StartColor = RGB(0,255,0)
				.EndColor = RGB(255,0,0)
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
			End With
			With .Add("VGrad1")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Height = 14
			End With
			With .Add("VGrad2")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Height = 14
			End With
			With .Add("VGrad3")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = .StartColor
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Height = 14
			End With
			With .Add("VGrad4")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternThickBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
				.StartColor = RGB(255,255,255)
				.EndColor = .StartColor
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Height = -1
			End With
			With .Add("VGrad5")
				.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternFrameShadow Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
				.StartColor = RGB(0,255,0)
				.EndColor = RGB(255,0,0)
				.Color = RGB(0,0,255)
				.Height = 14
			End With
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Types"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Box"),"Box",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Thick Box"),"ThickBox",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Thick Box Diag"),"DiagBox",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Shadow"),"Shadow",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Thick Shadow"),"TShadow",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Solid Gradient"),"HGrad1",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Pattern Gradient"),"HGrad2",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Pattern Gradient 3 Colors"),"HGrad3",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Solid Gradient 3 Colors"),"HGrad4",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Gradient Shadow"),"HGrad5",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Solid Gradient"),"VGrad1",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Pattern Gradient"),"VGrad2",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Pattern Gradient 3 Colors"),"VGrad3",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Solid Gradient 3 Colors"),"VGrad4",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Gradient Shadow"),"VGrad5",#1/4/2010#,#1/9/2010#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
735:
Is it possible to display the bars with a thicker border

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	.Chart.PaneWidth(False) = 48
	.Chart.Bars.Copy("Task","TaskB").Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternThickBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 1"),"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 2"),"TaskB",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 3"),"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
734:
Is it possible to display the shadow for EBN bars

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	.Chart.PaneWidth(False) = 48
	With .Chart.Bars.Copy("Task","EBN")
		.Color = &H1000000
		.Pattern = exPatternFrameShadow
	End With
	.Chart.Bars.Copy("Task","EBN2").Color = &H1000000
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 1"),"EBN2",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 2"),"EBN",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 3"),"EBN2",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
733:
Can I display a shadow for my bars

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	.Chart.PaneWidth(False) = 48
	.Chart.Bars.Item("Task").Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternFrameShadow Or PatternEnum.exPatternShadow
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 1"),"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 2"),"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
732:
How can I use the Color property for gradient bars

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	.Chart.PaneWidth(False) = 48
	With .Chart.Bars.Add("V")
		.Color = RGB(255,0,0)
		.StartColor = RGB(0,255,0)
		.EndColor = .StartColor
		.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
		.Height = -1
	End With
	With .Chart.Bars.Add("H")
		.Color = RGB(255,0,0)
		.StartColor = RGB(0,255,0)
		.EndColor = .StartColor
		.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradient3Colors Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 1"),"V",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
		.AddBar .AddItem("Task 2"),"H",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
731:
Is there any option to show bars with vertical gradient

With Gantt1
	.Columns.Add "Task"
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	With .Chart.Bars.Item("Task")
		.Color = RGB(255,0,0)
		.StartColor = RGB(0,255,0)
		.EndColor = RGB(255,255,0)
		.Pattern = PatternEnum.exPatternGradientVBox Or PatternEnum.exPatternBox
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Task")
		.AddBar h,"Task",#1/2/2001#,#1/5/2001#,""
	End With
End With
730:
How can I define a new milestone bar

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Images "gBJJgBAIDAAGAAEAAQhYAf8Pf4hh0QihCJo2AEZjQAjEZFEaIEaEEaAIAkcbk0olUrlktl0vmExmUzmk1m03nE5nU7nk9n0/oFBoVDolFo1HpFJpVLplNp1PqFRqVTq" & _
"lVq1XrFZrVbrldr1fsFhsVjslls1ntFptVrtltt1vuFxuVzul1u13vF5vV7vl9v1/wGBwWDwmFw2HxGJxWLxmNx0xiFdyOTh8Tf9ZymXx+QytcyNgz8r0OblWjyWds+m" & _
"0ka1Vf1ta1+r1mos2xrG2xeZ0+a0W0qOx3GO4NV3WeyvD2XJ5XL5nN51aiw+lfSj0gkUkAEllHanHI5j/cHg8EZf7w8vl8j4f/qfEZeB09/vjLAB30+kZQAP/P5/H6/y" & _
"NAOAEAwCjMBwFAEDwJBMDwLBYAP2/8Hv8/gAGAD8LQs9w/nhDY/oygIA="
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	With .Chart.Bars
		.AddShapeCorner 12345,1
		.AddShapeCorner 12346,2
		.Copy("Milestone","M1").StartShape = &H3020 Or ShapeCornerEnum.exShapeIconVBar Or ShapeCornerEnum.exShapeIconRight
		.Copy("Milestone","M2").StartShape = &H3020 Or ShapeCornerEnum.exShapeIconSquare Or ShapeCornerEnum.exShapeIconRight
		With .Copy("Milestone","MP")
			.StartShape = exShapeIconStar
			.StartColor = RGB(255,0,0)
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Default"),"Milestone",#1/2/2001#,#1/2/2001#
		.AddBar .AddItem("Predefined"),"MP",#1/3/2001#,#1/3/2001#
		.AddBar .AddItem("Custom 1"),"M1",#1/4/2001#,#1/4/2001#
		.AddBar .AddItem("Custom 2"),"M2",#1/5/2001#,#1/5/2001#
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
729:
How can I define my milestone bar, using my icons or pictures

With Gantt1
	.Images "gBJJgBAIDAAGAAEAAQhYAf8Pf4hh0QihCJo2AEZjQAjEZFEaIEaEEaAIAkcbk0olUrlktl0vmExmUzmk1m03nE5nU7nk9n0/oFBoVDolFo1HpFJpVLplNp1PqFRqVTq" & _
"lVq1XrFZrVbrldr1fsFhsVjslls1ntFptVrtltt1vuFxuVzul1u13vF5vV7vl9v1/wGBwWDwmFw2HxGJxWLxmNx0xiFdyOTh8Tf9ZymXx+QytcyNgz8r0OblWjyWds+m" & _
"0ka1Vf1ta1+r1mos2xrG2xeZ0+a0W0qOx3GO4NV3WeyvD2XJ5XL5nN51aiw+lfSj0gkUkAEllHanHI5j/cHg8EZf7w8vl8j4f/qfEZeB09/vjLAB30+kZQAP/P5/H6/y" & _
"NAOAEAwCjMBwFAEDwJBMDwLBYAP2/8Hv8/gAGAD8LQs9w/nhDY/oygIA="
	.Chart.FirstVisibleDate = #1/1/2001#
	With .Chart.Bars
		.AddShapeCorner 12345,1
		.Item("Milestone").StartShape = &H3020 Or ShapeCornerEnum.exShapeIconVBar Or ShapeCornerEnum.exShapeIconRight
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.AddBar .AddItem("Item 1"),"Milestone",#1/2/2001#,#1/2/2001#
	End With
End With
728:
I haven't found options to localize (in Italian) the strings ( dates, tooltip ) that shows in the chart area

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.Label(exWeek) = "<|><%ww%><|><%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256"
		.Label(exDay) = "<|><%d1%><|><%d2%><|><%d3%><|><%dddd%><|><%d3%> <%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><|><%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><||><||>4096"
		.LabelToolTip(exWeek) = "<%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%> <%ww%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exDay) = "<%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.FirstWeekDay = exMonday
		.MonthNames = "gennaio febbraio marzo aprile maggio giugno luglio agosto settembre ottobre novembre dicembre"
		.WeekDays = "domenica lunedì martedì mercoledì giovedì venerdì sabato"
		.ToolTip = "<%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.UnitScale = exDay
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
727:
I haven't found options to localize (in Dutch) the strings ( dates, tooltip ) that shows in the chart area

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.Label(exWeek) = "<|><%ww%><|><%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256"
		.Label(exDay) = "<|><%d1%><|><%d2%><|><%d3%><|><%dddd%><|><%d3%> <%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><|><%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><||><||>4096"
		.LabelToolTip(exWeek) = "<%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%> <%ww%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exDay) = "<%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.FirstWeekDay = exMonday
		.MonthNames = "januari februari maart april mei juni juli augusts september oktober november december"
		.WeekDays = "zondag maandag dinsdag woensdag donderdag vrijdag zaterdag"
		.ToolTip = "<%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.UnitScale = exDay
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
726:
I haven't found options to localize (in German) the strings ( dates, tooltip ) that shows in the chart area

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.Label(exWeek) = "<|><%ww%><|><%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%d%>.<%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256"
		.Label(exDay) = "<|><%d1%><|><%d2%><|><%d3%><|><%dddd%><|><%d3%> <%d%>.<%m3%> '<%yy%><|><%dddd%> <%d%>.<%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><||><||>4096"
		.LabelToolTip(exWeek) = "<%d%>.<%mmmm%> <%yyyy%> <%ww%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exDay) = "<%dddd%>, <%d%>.<%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.FirstWeekDay = exMonday
		.MonthNames = "Januar Februar März April Mai Juni Juli August September Oktober November Dezember"
		.WeekDays = "Sonntag Montag Dienstag Mittwoch Donnerstag Freitag Samstag"
		.ToolTip = "<%dddd%>,<%d%>.<%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.UnitScale = exDay
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
725:
I haven't found options to localize (in French) the strings ( dates, tooltip ) that shows in the chart area

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Chart
		.LevelCount = 2
		.PaneWidth(False) = 0
		.Label(exWeek) = "<|><%ww%><|><%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><r><%ww%><|><%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><r><%ww%><||><||>256"
		.Label(exDay) = "<|><%d1%><|><%d2%><|><%d3%><|><%dddd%><|><%d3%> <%d%> <%m3%> '<%yy%><|><%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%><||><||>4096"
		.LabelToolTip(exWeek) = "<%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%> <%ww%>"
		.LabelToolTip(exDay) = "<%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.FirstWeekDay = exMonday
		.MonthNames = "janvier février mars avril mai juin juillet août septembre octobre novembre décembre"
		.WeekDays = "dimanche lundi mardi mercredi jeudi vendredi samedi"
		.ToolTip = "<%dddd%> <%d%> <%mmmm%> <%yyyy%>"
		.UnitScale = exDay
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
724:
How can I filter programatically using more columns

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add "Car"
		.Add "Equipment"
	End With
	With .Items
		.CellCaption(.AddItem("Mazda"),1) = "Air Bag"
		.CellCaption(.AddItem("Toyota"),1) = "Air Bag,Air condition"
		.CellCaption(.AddItem("Ford"),1) = "Air condition"
		.CellCaption(.AddItem("Nissan"),1) = "Air Bag,ABS,ESP"
		.CellCaption(.AddItem("Mazda"),1) = "Air Bag, ABS,ESP"
		.CellCaption(.AddItem("Mazda"),1) = "ABS,ESP"
	End With
	With .Columns.Item("Car")
		.FilterType = exFilter
		.Filter = "Mazda"
	End With
	With .Columns.Item("Equipment")
		.FilterType = exPattern
		.Filter = "*ABS*|*ESP*"
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
723:
I have seen the IN function but it returns -1 or 0. How can I display the value being found ( SWITCH usage )

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Value")
		.Width = 24
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("SWITCH - statment")
		.ComputedField = "%0 switch ('not found', 1,2,3,4,5,7,8,9,11,13,14)"
		.ToolTip = .ComputedField
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
		.AddItem 2
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
722:
I have a large collection of constant values and using or operator is a time consuming (IN usage). Is there any way to increase the speed to check if a value maches the collection

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Value")
		.Width = 24
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("IN - statment")
		.ComputedField = "%0 in (1,2,3,4,5,7,8,9,11,13,14) ? 'found' : ''"
		.ToolTip = .ComputedField
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
		.AddItem 2
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
721:
How can I use the CASE statement (CASE usage)

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Value")
		.Width = 24
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("CASE - statment")
		.ComputedField = "%0 case (default:'not found';1:%0;2:2*%0;3:3*%0;4:4*%0;5:5*%0;7:'Seven';8:'Eight';9:'Nine';11:'Eleven';13:'Thirtheen';14:'Fourt" & _
"heen')"
		.ToolTip = .ComputedField
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
		.AddItem 2
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
720:
How can I use the CASE statement (CASE usage)

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Value")
		.Width = 24
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("CASE - statment")
		.ComputedField = "%0 case (default:'not found';1:'One';2:'Two';3:'Three';4:'Four';5:'Five';7:'Seven';8:'Eight';9:'Nine';11:'Eleven';13:'Thirtheen" & _
"';14:'Fourtheen')"
		.ToolTip = .ComputedField
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
		.AddItem 2
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
719:
Is is possible to use HTML tags to display in the filter caption

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarCaption = "This is a bit of text being displayed in the filter bar."
	.Columns.Add ""
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
		.AddItem "Item 3"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
718:
How can I find the number of items after filtering
With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add ""
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("")
		.CellCaption(h,0) = .VisibleItemCount
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
717:
How can I change the filter caption

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptWords Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptContainsAll
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london robert"
	.FilterBarCaption = "<r>Found: ... "
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
716:
While using the filter prompt is it is possible to use wild characters

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptPattern
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "lon* seat*"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
715:
How can I list all items that contains any of specified words, not necessary at the beggining

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptStartWords Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptContainsAny
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london davolio"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
714:
How can I list all items that contains any of specified words, not strings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptWords Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptContainsAny
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london nancy"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
713:
How can I list all items that contains all specified words, not strings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptWords Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptContainsAll
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london robert"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
712:
I've noticed that the filtering by prompt is not case sensitive, is is possible to make it case sensitive

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptCaseSensitive Or FilterPromptEnum.exFilterPromptContainsAny
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "Anne"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
711:
Is it possible to list only items that ends with any of specified strings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptEndWith
	.FilterBarPromptColumns = "0"
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "Fuller"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
710:
Is it possible to list only items that ends with any of specified strings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptEndWith
	.FilterBarPromptColumns = "0"
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "Fuller"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
709:
Is it possible to list only items that starts with any of specified strings

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptStartWith
	.FilterBarPromptColumns = "0"
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "An M"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
708:
Is it possible to list only items that starts with specified string

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptStartWith
	.FilterBarPromptColumns = "0"
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "A"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
707:
How can I specify that the list should include any of the seqeunces in the pattern

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptContainsAny
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london seattle"
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
706:
How can I specify that all sequences in the filter pattern must be included in the list

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptType = exFilterPromptContainsAll
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london manager"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
705:
How do I change at runtime the filter prompt

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london manager"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
704:
How do I specify to filter only a single column when using the filter prompt

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPromptColumns = "2,3"
	.FilterBarPromptPattern = "london"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
703:
How do I change the prompt or the caption being displayed in the filter bar

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	.FilterBarPrompt = "changed"
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
702:
How do I enable the filter prompt feature

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Chart.PaneWidth(True) = 0
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.ContinueColumnScroll = 0
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SearchColumnIndex = 1
	.FilterBarPromptVisible = True
	With .Columns
		.Add("Name").Width = 96
		.Add("Title").Width = 96
		.Add "City"
	End With
	With .Items
		h0 = .AddItem("Nancy Davolio")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Andrew Fuller")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Vice President, Sales"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Tacoma"
		.SelectItem(h0) = True
		h0 = .AddItem("Janet Leverling")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Kirkland"
		h0 = .AddItem("Margaret Peacock")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Redmond"
		h0 = .AddItem("Steven Buchanan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Manager"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Michael Suyama")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Robert King")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
		h0 = .AddItem("Laura Callahan")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Inside Sales Coordinator"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "Seattle"
		h0 = .AddItem("Anne Dodsworth")
		.CellCaption(h0,1) = "Sales Representative"
		.CellCaption(h0,2) = "London"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
701:
Is it possible to colour a particular column, I mean the cell's foreground color

With Gantt1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .ConditionalFormats.Add("1")
		.ForeColor = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ApplyTo = &H1
	End With
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add "Column 2"
	End With
	With .Items
		.CellCaption(.AddItem(0),1) = 1
		.CellCaption(.AddItem(2),1) = 3
		.CellCaption(.AddItem(4),1) = 5
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With