900:
How do I get ride of the separator items when the user performs grouping

' AddGroupItem event - Occurs after a new Group Item has been inserted to Items collection.
Private Sub Grid1_AddGroupItem(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM)
	With Grid1
		.Items.ItemDividerLine(Item) = EmptyLine
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.SortBarVisible = True
	.SortBarCaption = "Drag a <b>column</b> header here to group by that column."
	.AllowGroupBy = True
	.Columns.Item(1).SortOrder = SortAscending
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesOutside
	.EndUpdate 
End With
899:
How do I split a cell in three parts, and having a radio button in each of them

' CellStateChanged event - Fired after cell's state has been changed.
Private Sub Grid1_CellStateChanged(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( .Items.CellCaption(Item,ColIndex) )
	End With
End Sub

' Click event - Occurs when the user presses and then releases the left mouse button over the grid control.
Private Sub Grid1_Click()
	With Grid1
		h = .ItemFromPoint(-1,-1,c,hit)
		.Items.CellState(h,c) = 1
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.FullRowSelect = exColumnSel
	.SelBackColor = .BackColor
	.SelForeColor = .ForeColor
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.Columns.Add("Default").Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("entire")
		h = .AddItem("Radio <b>1")
		.CellRadioGroup(h,0) = 100
		.CellHasRadioButton(h,0) = True
		.CellState(h,0) = 1
		h = .SplitCell(h,0)
		.CellValue(0,h) = "Radio <b>2"
		.CellRadioGroup(0,h) = 100
		.CellHasRadioButton(0,h) = True
		h = .SplitCell(0,h)
		.CellValue(0,h) = "Radio <b>3"
		.CellRadioGroup(0,h) = 100
		.CellHasRadioButton(0,h) = True
		h = .AddItem("entire")
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
898:
Does your grid include a row indicator , like an arrow, bullet

' SelectionChanged event - Fired after a new item has been selected.
Private Sub Grid1_SelectionChanged()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			hFocusItem = .FocusItem
			.CellValue(Grid1.Columns.Item("active").Data,"active") = ""
			.CellValue(hFocusItem,"active") = "<c><font symbol>·"
			.CellVAlignment(hFocusItem,"active") = exBottom
			Grid1.Columns.Item("active").Data = hFocusItem
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.ContinueColumnScroll = True
	.ScrollBySingleLine = True
	.AutoDrag = AutoDragEnum.exAutoDragScrollOnShortTouch Or AutoDragEnum.exAutoDragScroll
	With .Columns.Add("")
		.Key = "active"
		.Position = 0
		.AllowSizing = False
		.Width = 12
		.Data = Grid1.Items.FocusItem
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
	End With
	.CountLockedColumns = 1
	With .Items
		.SelectItem(.NextVisibleItem(.FocusItem)) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
897:
How can I connect to a DBF file
With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	.ContinueColumnScroll = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Select * From foxcode.DBF","Provider=vfpoledb;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual FoxPro 9\",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
End With
896:
Does your control supports scrolling by touching the screen

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.ContinueColumnScroll = True
	.ScrollBySingleLine = True
	.AutoDrag = AutoDragEnum.exAutoDragScrollOnShortTouch Or AutoDragEnum.exAutoDragScroll
End With
895:
How do I prevent showing the control's BackColorAlternate property on empty / non-items part of the control

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.BackColorAlternate = &H7ff0f0f0
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
		.AddItem "Item 3"
		.AddItem "Item 4"
		.AddItem "Item 5"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
894:
Is there any method for reading information from the root item for the current item...

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.SearchColumnIndex = 0
	.Columns.Add "Info"
	With .Items
		.PathSeparator = " ; "
		.SelectItem(.InsertItem(.InsertItem(.InsertItem(.InsertItem(,,"Root"),,"Child"),,"Sub-Child"),,"Sub-Sub-Child")) = True
		.ExpandItem(0) = True
		Debug.Print( .FullPath(.FocusItem) )
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
893:
How can I highlight items with a specified date

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns
		.Add "Tasks"
		With .Add("Date")
			.SortType = SortDate
			.Editor.EditType = SpinType
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem("Task 1"),1) = #12/13/2001#
		.CellValue(.AddItem("Task 2"),1) = #12/14/2001#
		.CellValue(.AddItem("Task 2"),1) = #12/15/2001#
	End With
	.ConditionalFormats.Add("%1 = #12/14/2001#").Bold = True
	.EndUpdate 
End With
892:
Today date is shown, if we use the Column.FormatColumn and Editor.Option(exDateAllowNullDate) properties. What can be done

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Date")
		.FormatColumn = "len(value) ? ( (longdate(date(value)) left 3) + ' ' + day(date(value)) + '/' + month(date(value)) + '/' + (year(date(value)) ri" & _
"ght 2) ) : '' )"
		With .Editor
			.EditType = DateType
			.Option(exDateAllowNullDate) = True
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #5/12/2012#
		.AddItem 
		.AddItem #5/14/2012#
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
891:
How can I add multiple values/columns on the same line/item/row

' Change event - Occurs when the user changes the cell's content.
Private Sub Grid1_Change(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long,NewValue As Variant)
	With Grid1
		.Refresh 
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.SortOnClick = exNoSort
	.LinesAtRoot = exGroupLinesOutside
	.Indent = 13
	.HeaderVisible = False
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns
		.Add "Items"
		.Add("Quantity").Editor.EditType = SpinType
		.Add("Value").Editor.EditType = SpinType
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Items")
		.CellValue(h,2) = "sum(current,dir,dbl(%1)*dbl(%2))"
		.CellValueFormat(h,2) = exTotalField
		.FormatCell(h,2) = "`Total: `+ value"
		.CellHAlignment(h,2) = RightAlignment
		.CellBold(h,2) = True
		.CellEditorVisible(h,2) = exEditorHidden
		.CellEditorVisible(h,1) = exEditorHidden
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Item 1")
		.CellValue(h1,1) = 10
		.CellValue(h1,2) = 3
		h1 = .InsertItem(h,,"Item 2")
		.CellValue(h1,1) = 20
		.CellValue(h1,2) = 4
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
890:
Is there a syntax for conditional formatting of items, based on CellState/CellStateChange

' CellStateChanged event - Fired after cell's state has been changed.
Private Sub Grid1_CellStateChanged(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			.CellValue(Item,2) = .CellState(Item,0)
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.SelBackMode = exTransparent
	Set var_ConditionalFormat = .ConditionalFormats.Add("%2 != 0")
	With var_ConditionalFormat
		.Bold = True
		.ForeColor = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ApplyTo = exFormatToItems
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("")
		.Def(exCellHasCheckBox) = True
		.Width = 16
		.AllowSizing = False
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Information"
	.Columns.Add("Hidden").Visible = False
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem(""),1) = "This is a bit of text associated"
		h = .AddItem("")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "This is a bit of text associated"
		.CellState(h,0) = 1
		.CellValue(.AddItem(""),1) = "This is a bit of text associated"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
889:
How do I programatically focus a cell

' FocusChanged event - Occurs when a new cell is focused.
Private Sub Grid1_FocusChanged()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			.CellBackColor(.FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex) = RGB(255,0,0)
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.SelForeColor = .ForeColor
	.SelBackColor = .BackColor
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column1"
		.Add "Column2"
	End With
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem("Cell 1.1"),1) = "Cell 1.2"
		.CellValue(.AddItem("Cell 2.1"),1) = "Cell 2.2"
	End With
	With .Items
		.SelectItem(.ItemByIndex(1)) = True
	End With
	.FocusColumnIndex = 1
	.EndUpdate 
End With
888:
How do I programatically focus a cell (excrd)

' FocusChanged event - Occurs when a new cell is focused.
Private Sub Grid1_FocusChanged()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			.CellBackColor(.FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex) = RGB(255,0,0)
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.SelForeColor = .ForeColor
	.SelBackColor = .BackColor
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	.DefaultItemHeight = 36
	With .Columns
		.Add("Column1").Visible = False
		.Add("Column2").Visible = False
		.Add("Column3").Visible = False
		With .Add("FormatLevel")
			.FormatLevel = "(0/1),2"
			.Def(exCellFormatLevel) = .FormatLevel
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Cell 1.1")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "Cell 1.2"
		.CellValue(h,2) = "Cell 1.3"
		h = .AddItem("Cell 2.1")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "Cell 2.2"
		.CellValue(h,2) = "Cell 2.3"
	End With
	With .Items
		.SelectItem(.ItemByIndex(1)) = True
	End With
	.FocusColumnIndex = 2
	.EndUpdate 
End With
887:
How do I programmatically exclude items from the filter

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowExclude Or FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
		.AddItem "Item 3"
		.AddItem "Item 4"
	End With
	With .Columns.Item(0)
		.FilterType = FilterTypeEnum.exFilterExclude Or FilterTypeEnum.exFilter
		.Filter = "Item 1|Item 4"
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
886:
Using the property Column.FormatColumn I want to display numbers in the numeric format with no decimals - unless the value is NULL then I want to display a blank or empty

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns
		.Add("Format").FormatColumn = "len(value) ? (value format '0') : '' "
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 10
		.AddItem 
		.AddItem -8
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
885:
How can I change the drop down filter background color

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.Background(exBackColorFilter) = RGB(255,255,255)
	With .Columns.Add("Items")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.DisplayFilterPattern = False
		.FilterList = FilterListEnum.exShowFocusItem Or FilterListEnum.exShowCheckBox Or FilterListEnum.exSortItemsAsc Or FilterListEnum.exLeafItems
	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"
		.InsertItem h,,"Child 3"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
884:
I am using AllowGroupBy property and calling the Column.SortOrder property groups by that column. Is it possible to prevent that, so I have a similar behavior like I click the column's header rather than dragging it to the control's GroupBy bar

With Grid1
	With .Columns
		.Add "First"
		.Add "Second"
		.Add "Third"
	End With
	.SortBarVisible = True
	.SingleSort = False
	.AllowGroupBy = True
	.Layout = "SingleSort = ""C0:1"";MultipleSort = ""C1:2 C2:1"""
End With
883:
Calling programatically the Column.SortOrder property adds the column to the sort bar. Is it possible to prevent that, so I have a similar behavior like I click the column's header rather than dragging it to the control's Sort bar

With Grid1
	With .Columns
		.Add "First"
		.Add "Second"
		.Add "Third"
	End With
	.SortBarVisible = True
	.SingleSort = False
	.Layout = "SingleSort = ""C0:1"""
End With
882:
How do I restore/clear the HotBackColor/HotForeColor properties

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.HotBackColor = RGB(0,0,255)
	.HotForeColor = RGB(255,255,255)
	.Columns.Add("Value").Visible = False
	With .Columns.Add("USD")
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		.FormatColumn = "len(%0) ? ((0:=dbl(%0)) < 10 ? '<fgcolor=808080><font ;7>' : '<b>') + `USD `+ (=:0 format ``)"
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("EUR")
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		.FormatColumn = "len(%0) ? ((0:=0.72*dbl(%0)) < 10 ? '<fgcolor=808080><font ;7>' : '<b>') + `EUR `+ (=:0 format ``)"
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "1.23"
		.AddItem "2.34"
		.AddItem "9.94"
		.AddItem "11.94"
		.AddItem "1000"
	End With
	.HotBackColor = .BackColor
	.HotForeColor = .ForeColor
	.EndUpdate 
End With
881:
How do I format a column using a currency, and another column to another currency

With Grid1
	.Columns.Add("Value").Visible = False
	With .Columns.Add("USD")
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		.FormatColumn = "len(%0) ? ((0:=dbl(%0)) < 10 ? '<fgcolor=808080><font ;7>' : '<b>') + `USD `+ (=:0 format ``)"
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("EUR")
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		.FormatColumn = "len(%0) ? ((0:=0.72*dbl(%0)) < 10 ? '<fgcolor=808080><font ;7>' : '<b>') + `EUR `+ (=:0 format ``)"
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "1.23"
		.AddItem "2.34"
		.AddItem "9.94"
		.AddItem "11.94"
		.AddItem "1000"
	End With
End With
880:
How can I sort the columns to be displayed on the columns floating bar

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add("City").Visible = False
		.Add("Start").Visible = False
		.Add("End").Visible = False
	End With
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
	.ColumnsFloatBarSortOrder = SortAscending
End With
879:
How can I get the column index and the row index of the active cell

' FocusChanged event - Occurs when a new cell is focused.
Private Sub Grid1_FocusChanged()
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "Active/Focus-Column:" )
		Debug.Print( .Item(.Columns.FocusColumnIndex).Caption )
		With .Items
			Debug.Print( "Active/Focus-Row/Item:" )
			Debug.Print( .CellCaption(.FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex) )
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns
		.Add("C1").Editor.EditType = EditType
		.Add("C2").Editor.EditType = EditType
		.Add("C3").Editor.EditType = EditType
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem(1)
		.CellValue(h,1) = 2
		.CellValue(h,2) = 3
		h = .AddItem(3)
		.CellValue(h,1) = 1
		.CellValue(h,2) = 2
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
878:
How can I add a vertical padding

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	With .Columns.Add("Padding")
		.Def(exCellHasCheckBox) = True
		.Def(exCellSingleLine) = False
		.Def(exCellPaddingLeft) = 6
		.Def(exCellPaddingRight) = 6
		.Def(exCellPaddingTop) = 6
		.Def(exCellPaddingBottom) = 6
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "padding"
		.AddItem "padding"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
877:
How can I set item's height individually for every item in the control and also have line breaks in the item caption

With Grid1
	.BackColorAlternate = RGB(240,240,240)
	With .Columns.Add("Lines")
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		.Def(exCellSingleLine) = False
	End With
	.ItemsAllowSizing = exResizeItem
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Line 1<br>Line 2")
		.ItemMinHeight(h) = 36
		.ItemHeight(h) = .ItemMinHeight(h)
		.ItemMaxHeight(h) = .ItemMinHeight(h)
		h = .AddItem("Line 1<br>Line 2")
		.ItemMinHeight(h) = 48
		.ItemHeight(h) = .ItemMinHeight(h)
		.ItemMaxHeight(h) = .ItemMinHeight(h)
		h = .AddItem("Line 1<br>Line 2")
		.ItemMinHeight(h) = 64
		.ItemHeight(h) = .ItemMinHeight(h)
		.ItemMaxHeight(h) = .ItemMinHeight(h)
	End With
End With
876:
The mouse-cursor is shown over the tooltip. Is it possible somehow resolve this (method 2)

' MouseMove event - Occurs when the user moves the mouse.
Private Sub Grid1_MouseMove(Button As Integer,Shift As Integer,X As Single,Y As Single)
	With Grid1
		.ShowToolTip "This is bit of text that's shown when the user hovers the cell","Column",0,"+16","+16"
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "tooltip"
	End With
End With
875:
The mouse-cursor is shown over the tooltip. Is it possible somehow resolve this (method 1)
' ToolTip event - Fired when the control prepares the object's tooltip.
Private Sub Grid1_ToolTip(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long,Visible As Boolean,X As Long,Y As Long,ByVal CX As Long,ByVal CY As Long)
	With Grid1
		X = 0
		Y = 0
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.CellToolTip(.AddItem("tooltip"),0) = "This is bit of text that's shown when the user hovers the cell"
	End With
End With
874:
How can I add a MIN or MAX field (for date)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add("Text").SortType = SortDate
	With .Items
		.AddItem #1/1/2001#
		.AddItem #12/11/1998#
		.AddItem #1/20/2014#
		.AddItem #1/1/2013#
		h = .AddItem("min(all,dir,date(%0))")
		.SortableItem(h) = False
		.CellValueFormat(h,0) = exTotalField
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = RightAlignment
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "'MIN: '+value"
		h = .AddItem("max(all,dir,date(%0))")
		.SortableItem(h) = False
		.CellValueFormat(h,0) = exTotalField
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = RightAlignment
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "'MAX: '+value"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
873:
How can I add a MIN or MAX field (for text)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add("Text").SortType = SortString
	With .Items
		.AddItem "aha"
		.AddItem "baba"
		.AddItem "aaha"
		.AddItem "aka"
		h = .AddItem("min(all,dir,str(%0))")
		.SortableItem(h) = False
		.CellValueFormat(h,0) = exTotalField
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = RightAlignment
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "'MIN: '+value"
		h = .AddItem("max(all,dir,str(%0))")
		.SortableItem(h) = False
		.CellValueFormat(h,0) = exTotalField
		.CellHAlignment(h,0) = RightAlignment
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "'MAX: '+value"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
872:
How can I change the the focus rectangle

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"E:\Exontrol\ExG2antt\sample\EBN\hoverinsert.ebn"
	.Background(exShowFocusRect) = &H1000000
	With .Columns.Add("Check")
		.Def(exCellPaddingLeft) = 2
		.Def(exCellHasCheckBox) = True
	End With
	.SelForeColor = .ForeColor
	.SelBackColor = .BackColor
	.DefaultItemHeight = 22
	.ShowFocusRect = True
	With .Items
		.AddItem ""
		.AddItem ""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
871:
Can each cell have their own dropdown lists that contain "different list item values" for each cell, not predefined for the entire column

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Column/Cell-Same").Editor
		.EditType = DropDownListType
		.AddItem 0,"Zero"
		.AddItem 1,"One"
		.AddItem 2,"Two"
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("Column/Cell-Different").Editor
		.EditType = EditType
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 
		h = .AddItem(0)
		With .CellEditor(h,1)
			.EditType = DropDownListType
			.AddItem 3,"Three"
			.AddItem 4,"Four"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = 3
		.AddItem 
		h = .AddItem(0)
		With .CellEditor(h,1)
			.EditType = CheckListType
			.AddItem 1,"Single"
			.AddItem 2,"Double"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = 3
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
870:
How can I specify just a few fonts in a FontType editor

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.DefaultItemHeight = 22
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	With .Columns.Add("Fonts").Editor
		.EditType = FontType
		.ClearItems 
		.AddItem 0,"Calibri"
		.AddItem 1,"Arial"
		.AddItem 2,"Rockwell"
		.AddItem 3,"Tahoma"
		.SortItems True
		.DropDownRows = 4
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Tahoma"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
869:
How do you embed HTML options into the anchor click string

' AnchorClick event - Occurs when an anchor element is clicked.
Private Sub Grid1_AnchorClick(ByVal AnchorID As String,ByVal Options As String)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( AnchorID )
		Debug.Print( Options )
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns
		.Add("Car").Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "<a mazda_1;options for 1>Mazda <b>1</b></a>"
		.AddItem "<a mazda_2;options for 2>Mazda <b>2</b></a>"
		.AddItem "<a mazda_3;options for 3a>Mazda <b>3.a</b></a>"
		.AddItem "<a mazda_3;options for 3b>Mazda <b>3.b</b></a>"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
868:
How do I add a checkbox column (method 2)

' CellStateChanged event - Fired after cell's state has been changed.
Private Sub Grid1_CellStateChanged(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "CheckBox Changed:" )
		Debug.Print( .Items.CellState(Item,ColIndex) )
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add("Check").Def(exCellHasCheckBox) = True
	With .Items
		.CellState(.AddItem("Check 1"),0) = 0
		.CellState(.AddItem("Check 2"),0) = 1
		.CellState(.AddItem("Check 3"),0) = 0
		.CellState(.AddItem("Check 4"),0) = 1
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
867:
How do I add a checkbox column (method 1)

' Change event - Occurs when the user changes the cell's content.
Private Sub Grid1_Change(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long,NewValue As Variant)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "CheckBox Changed:" )
		Debug.Print( NewValue )
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Check")
		With .Editor
			.EditType = CheckValueType
			.Option(exCheckValue2) = 1
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
		.AddItem 0
		.AddItem 1
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
866:
How do I change the progress bar's appearance

With Grid1
	With .VisualAppearance
		.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
		.Add 2,"c:\exontrol\images\pushed.ebn"
	End With
	Set var_Editor = .Columns.Add("Progress").Editor
	With var_Editor
		.EditType = ProgressBarType
		.Option(exProgressBarBackColor) = 16777216
		.Option(exProgressBarMarkTicker) = 33554432
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 33
End With
865:
I have the rows with different background color, and when I select the item it takes the color of the SelBackColor, and therefore is no longer visible behind the color. Is there any option to make the item's color being visible (method 3)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"gBFLBCJwBAEHhEJAEGg4BVEIQAAYAQGKIYBkAKBQAGaAoDDMOQwQwAAxjGKEEwsACEIrjKCRShyCYZRhGcTSBCIZBqEqSZLiEZRQCWIAzATGYBRfIUEgjBM6ExwG78e" & _
"gBHp/ZpkACIJJAaRjHQdJxGKKMQB9DIhCZpeKhWgkKIJBzOEyBRC4ERBGqNGrsIgLEqWZpnWhaNpWXYTLyBN64LhuK46g53O6wLxvK6hEr2dJ/YBcIAOfghf4NQ7EMRx" & _
"LC8Mw3BDvYDkOAABAIgI="
	.SelBackColor = &H1fffffe
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.Columns.Add "Items"
	With .Items
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("red")) = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("blue")) = RGB(0,0,255)
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("green")) = RGB(0,255,0)
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
864:
I have the rows with different background color, and when I select the item it takes the color of the SelBackColor, and therefore is no longer visible behind the color. Is there any option to make the item's color being visible (method 2)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.SelBackMode = exTransparent
	.ShowFocusRect = False
	.Columns.Add "Items"
	With .Items
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("red")) = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("blue")) = RGB(0,0,255)
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("green")) = RGB(0,255,0)
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
863:
I have the rows with different background color, and when I select the item it takes the color of the SelBackColor, and therefore is no longer visible behind the color. Is there any option to make the item's color being visible (method 1)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.SelBackColor = .BackColor
	.SelForeColor = .ForeColor
	.ShowFocusRect = True
	.Columns.Add "Items"
	With .Items
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("red")) = RGB(255,0,0)
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("blue")) = RGB(0,0,255)
		.ItemBackColor(.AddItem("green")) = RGB(0,255,0)
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
862:
The BeforeExpandItem event is fired when clicking the drop down filter button. What we can do to prevent that

' BeforeExpandItem event - Fired before an item is about to be expanded (collapsed).
Private Sub Grid1_BeforeExpandItem(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,Cancel As Variant)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "BeforeExpandItem" )
		Debug.Print( Item )
		.Items.InsertItem Item,,"new child"
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	With .Columns
		With .Add("Items")
			.DisplayFilterButton = True
			.FilterList = exRootItems
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		.ItemHasChildren(.InsertItem(,,"Group 1")) = True
		.ItemHasChildren(.InsertItem(,,"Group 2")) = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
861:
How can I change the shape of the line to be shown when user drag and drop data over the control, EBN

' OLEStartDrag event - Occurs when the OLEDrag method is called.
Private Sub Grid1_OLEStartDrag(ByVal Data As EXGRIDLibCtl.IExDataObject,AllowedEffects As Long)
	' Data.SetData("data to be dragged")
End Sub

With Grid1
	.OLEDropMode = exOLEDropManual
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExList\Sample\VB\DragDrop\insert_bottom.ebn"
	.Background(exListOLEDropPosition) = &H1000000
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
	End With
End With
860:
How can I highlight the item from cursor when the user drag and drop data over the control

' OLEStartDrag event - Occurs when the OLEDrag method is called.
Private Sub Grid1_OLEStartDrag(ByVal Data As EXGRIDLibCtl.IExDataObject,AllowedEffects As Long)
	' Data.SetData("data to be dragged")
End Sub

With Grid1
	.OLEDropMode = exOLEDropManual
	.Background(exListOLEDropPosition) = RGB(1,0,0)
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
	End With
End With
859:
Is it possible to always show the editor for all cells at all times

' AddItem event - Occurs after a new Item has been inserted to Items collection.
Private Sub Grid1_AddItem(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM)
	With Grid1
		.Items.CellEditorVisible(Item,0) = exEditorVisible
		.Items.CellEditorVisible(Item,1) = exEditorVisible
	End With
End Sub

' EditOpen event - Occurs when the edit operation starts.
Private Sub Grid1_EditOpen()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			v = .CellValue(.FocusItem,0)
			c = .CellCaption(.FocusItem,0)
		End With
		With .Columns.Item(1).Editor
			.ClearItems 
			.AddItem v,c
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("DropDownList")
		With .Editor
			.EditType = DropDownListType
			.AddItem 1,"First"
			.AddItem 2,"Second"
			.AddItem 3,"Third"
		End With
	End With
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	.Columns.Add("DropDownList-Related").Editor.EditType = DropDownListType
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem(1),1) = -1
		.CellValue(.AddItem(2),1) = -1
		.CellValue(.AddItem(3),1) = -1
		.LockedItemCount(exBottom) = 1
		h = .LockedItem(exBottom,0)
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.ItemDividerLineAlignment(h) = DividerTop
		.CellEditorVisible(h,0) = exEditorHidden
		.CellSingleLine(h,0) = False
		.CellValueFormat(h,0) = exHTML
		.CellValue(h,0) = "The drop down editor in the second column is filled during the <b>EditOpen event</b>, and the values are based on the selection" & _
" on the first column."
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
858:
How do I set a computated cell individually

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Number"
	.Columns.Add "Format"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("1.23")
		.CellValueFormat(h,1) = ValueFormatEnum.exComputedField Or ValueFormatEnum.exHTML
		.CellValue(h,1) = "2 * %0 + ` <font ;6><fgcolor=808080>(2 * Number)`"
		h = .AddItem("1.23")
		.CellValueFormat(h,1) = ValueFormatEnum.exComputedField Or ValueFormatEnum.exHTML
		.CellValue(h,1) = "3 * %0 + ` <font ;6><fgcolor=808080>(3 * Number)`"
		h = .AddItem("1.23")
		.CellValueFormat(h,1) = ValueFormatEnum.exComputedField Or ValueFormatEnum.exHTML
		.CellValue(h,1) = "currency(%0) + ` <font ;6><fgcolor=808080>( Currency(Number) )`"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
857:
Is it possible to assign a different editor for some cells

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Column - DropDownList").Editor
		.EditType = DropDownListType
		.AddItem 1,"First item"
		.AddItem 2,"Second item"
		.AddItem 3,"Third item"
	End With
	.Columns.Add("Cell - DropDownList").Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem(1)
		With .CellEditor(h,1)
			.EditType = DropDownListType
			.AddItem 1,"<b>First</b> item"
			.AddItem 2,"<b>Second</b> item"
			.AddItem 3,"<b>Third</b> item"
			.AddItem 4,"<b>Forth</b> item"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = 2
		h = .AddItem(2)
		With .CellEditor(h,1)
			.EditType = DropDownListType
			.AddItem 1,"<b>Aka First</b> item"
			.AddItem 2,"<b>Aka Second</b> item"
			.AddItem 3,"<b>Aka Third</b> item"
			.AddItem 4,"<b>Aka Forth</b> item"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = 2
	End With
End With
856:
Is it possible to define the keys of the drop down values to be strings rather than numeric values

' Change event - Occurs when the user changes the cell's content.
Private Sub Grid1_Change(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long,NewValue As Variant)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "NewValue is" )
		Debug.Print( NewValue )
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("DropDownList-String").Editor
		.EditType = DropDownListType
		.AddItem 1,"NYC|New York City"
		.AddItem 2,"CJN|Cluj Napoca"
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("DropDownList-Numeric").Editor
		.EditType = DropDownListType
		.AddItem 1,"New York City"
		.AddItem 2,"Cluj Napoca"
	End With
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem("NYC"),1) = 2
	End With
End With
855:
The Change event gets me the today date. How can I find what user typed

' Change event - Occurs when the user changes the cell's content.
Private Sub Grid1_Change(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long,NewValue As Variant)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "NewValue:" )
		Debug.Print( NewValue )
		Debug.Print( "EditingValue:" )
		Debug.Print( .EditingText )
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add("Edit").Editor.EditType = DateType
	.Items.AddItem #1/1/2001#
	.EndUpdate 
End With
854:
I have an edit field, when going to edit mode, the rightmost part is shown. Is it possible to show the left part instead

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Edit")
		.Width = 64
		.AllowSizing = False
		With .Editor
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = ";;;rich"
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Empty"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "This is a bit ot long text"
		.AddItem ""
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
853:
I have a drop down field, the control shows the rightmost part of the selected caption. Is it possible to show the left part

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("DropDown")
		.Width = 64
		.AllowSizing = False
		With .Editor
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20
			.EditType = DropDownType
			.AddItem 1,"First item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 2,"Second item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 3,"Third item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.Mask = ";;;rich"
		End With
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("PickEdit")
		.Width = 64
		.AllowSizing = False
		With .Editor
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20
			.EditType = PickEditType
			.AddItem 1,"First item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 2,"Second item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 3,"Third item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.Mask = ";;;rich"
		End With
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Empty"
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem("First item. This is a bit ot long text"),1) = "Second item. This is a bit ot long text"
		h = .AddItem("First item. This is a bit ot long text")
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20
			.EditType = DropDownType
			.AddItem 1,"First item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 2,"Second item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 3,"Third item. This is a bit ot long text"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = "Second item. This is a bit ot long text"
		With .CellEditor(h,1)
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20
			.EditType = PickEditType
			.AddItem 1,"First item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 2,"Second item. This is a bit ot long text"
			.AddItem 3,"Third item. This is a bit ot long text"
		End With
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
852:
Is there a property for the back color of the dropdown field

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Date").Editor
		.EditType = DateType
		.Option(exDropDownBackColor) = 15790320
		.Option(exDropDownForeColor) = 65793
	End With
	.Items.AddItem #1/1/2001#
	.EndUpdate 
End With
851:
Is it possible to change a back color of the field/cell when it takes a focus

' EditClose event - Occurs when the edit operation ends.
Private Sub Grid1_EditClose()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			.ClearCellBackColor .FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex
		End With
	End With
End Sub

' EditOpen event - Occurs when the edit operation starts.
Private Sub Grid1_EditOpen()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			.CellBackColor(.FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex) = RGB(255,0,0)
		End With
		With .Items
			.CellValue(.FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex) = Grid1.Items.CellValue(Grid1.Items.FocusItem,Grid1.FocusColumnIndex)
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.FullRowSelect = exColumnSel
	.Columns.Add("C1").Editor.EditType = EditType
	.Columns.Add("C2").Editor.EditType = EditType
	With .Items
		.CellValue(.AddItem("v1"),1) = "v2"
		.CellValue(.AddItem("v3"),1) = "v4"
	End With
End With
850:
How can I display the current date mask, but still allow empty values

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.CauseValidateValue = exValidateCell
	.FullRowSelect = exColumnSel
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	With .Columns.Add("Date").Editor
		.EditType = DateType
		.Mask = "!99/99/9999;1;;empty=1,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!" & _
",select=4,overtype"
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem 
		.AddItem #1/1/2001#
		.AddItem 
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
849:
How can I align the days in a DateType editor

With Grid1
	.Columns.Add "DropDown"
	With .Items
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = RightAlignment
		End With
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = CenterAlignment
		End With
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = LeftAlignment
		End With
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20
		End With
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20 Or AlignmentEnum.CenterAlignment
		End With
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20 Or AlignmentEnum.RightAlignment
		End With
	End With
End With
848:
How can I align the drop down portion rather the inside captions

With Grid1
	.Columns.Add("DropDown").Editor.EditType = DateType
	With .Items
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = &H20
		End With
		With .CellEditor(.AddItem(#1/1/2001#),0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.DropDownAlignment = &H10
		End With
		.AddItem #1/1/2001#
	End With
End With
847:
Is it possible to show a message that the field is empty

With Grid1
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	.FullRowSelect = exColumnSel
	With .Columns.Add("Float")
		With .Editor
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = ";;;float,digits=0,grouping=,invalid=empty,warning=invalid character"
		End With
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 192278
	.Items.AddItem 1000
End With
846:
How can I mask a date

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.CauseValidateValue = exValidateCell
	.FullRowSelect = exColumnSel
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	.Columns.Add "Date"
	.Columns.Add "Mask"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "{1,12}/{1,31}/{1950,2050};1;;select=1,warning=Invalid character!,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b" & _
">!,validateas=1"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!99/99/9999;1;;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,s" & _
"elect=4,overtype"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!99/99/9999;;;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,se" & _
"lect=4,overtype"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!99/99/9999;; ;select=4,overtype,empty,warning=Invalid character!,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</" & _
"b>!,validateas=1"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "![0-9 ][0-9 ]/[0-9 ][0-9 ]/[0-9 ][0-9 ][0-9 ][0-9 ];1;;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%m" & _
"ask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,select=4,leading= "
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "len(value) ? shortdateF(value) : ``"
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!99/99/9999;1;;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,s" & _
"elect=4,overtype,leading"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "len(value) ? shortdateF(value) : ``"
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!00/00/0000;1;;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,s" & _
"elect=4,overtype,leading"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "len(value) ? shortdateF(value) : ``"
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!00/00/0000;;0;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,s" & _
"elect=4,overtype"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
		h = .AddItem(#1/1/2001#)
		.FormatCell(h,0) = "len(value) ? shortdateF(value) : ``"
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = DateType
			.Mask = "!00/00/0000;;;empty,validateas=1,invalid=Invalid date\, for the input mask <br><b>'<%mask%>'</b>!,warning=Invalid character!,se" & _
"lect=1,overtype"
		End With
		.CellValue(h,1) = .CellEditor(h,0).Mask
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
845:
How can I display and edit an integer number to show grouping digits too ( no decimals)

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Float")
		.FormatColumn = "value format `0`"
		With .Editor
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = ";;;float,digits=0"
		End With
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 192278
End With
844:
How can I display and edit a float number to show grouping digits too

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Float")
		.FormatColumn = "value format ``"
		With .Editor
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = ";;;float"
		End With
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 192278
End With
843:
How can I mask a phone number

With Grid1
	.CauseValidateValue = exValidateCell
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	.FullRowSelect = exColumnSel
	.Columns.Add("Phone").Editor.EditType = MaskType
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem()
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = "!(999) 000 0000;1;;select=1,empty,overtype,warning=invalid characer,invalid=The value you entered isn't appropriate for the inp" & _
"ut mask <b>'<%mask%>'</b> specified for this field."
		End With
		h = .AddItem("0123")
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = "!(999) 000 0000;2;;select=4"
		End With
		h = .AddItem("0123")
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = "`Phone: `!(999) 000-0000"
		End With
		h = .AddItem("(074) 876-1222")
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = MaskType
			.Mask = "!(999) 000-0000;0"
		End With
	End With
End With
842:
Is it possible to display the ColorType fields using RGB format

With Grid1
	.Columns.Add("Color").Editor.EditType = ColorType
	With .Items
		.AddItem 255
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "`RGB(`{0,255}\,{0,255}\,{0,255}`)`;;0"
		End With
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "`&H`XXXXXXXX`&`;;0;overtype,insertype,warning=Wrong!"
		End With
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "`0x`XX `0x`XX `0x`XX;;0;overtype,insertype,warning=Wrong!"
		End With
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "R{0,255} G{0,255} B{0,255};;0;overtype,insertype,warning=Wrong!"
		End With
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "`(hexa) RGB 0x`XXXXXX;;0;overtype,insertype,warning=Wrong!"
		End With
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "`(decimal) Red: `{0,255}` Green: `{0,255}` Blue: `{0,255};;0;overtype,insertype,warning=Wrong!"
		End With
		h = .AddItem(255)
		With .CellEditor(h,0)
			.EditType = ColorType
			.Mask = "`(combine) Red: `{0,255}` Green: 0x`XX` Blue: `{0,255};;0;overtype,insertype,warning=Wrong!"
		End With
	End With
End With
841:
How can I add the ExComboBox as an user editor

' UserEditorClose event - Fired the user editor is about to be opened.
Private Sub Grid1_UserEditorClose(ByVal Object As Object,ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	' Items.CellValue(Item,ColIndex) = Object.Value
End Sub

' UserEditorOleEvent event - Occurs when an user editor fires an event.
Private Sub Grid1_UserEditorOleEvent(ByVal Object As Object,ByVal Ev As EXGRIDLibCtl.IOleEvent,CloseEditor As Boolean,ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( Ev )
	End With
End Sub

' UserEditorOpen event - Occurs when an user editor is about to be opened.
Private Sub Grid1_UserEditorOpen(ByVal Object As Object,ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM,ByVal ColIndex As Long)
	' Object.Value = Me.Items.CellValue(Item,ColIndex)
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns.Add("Exontrol.ComboBox").Editor
		.EditType = UserEditorType
		.UserEditor "Exontrol.ComboBox",""
		With .UserEditorObject
			.BeginUpdate 
			.Style = 2
			.ColumnAutoResize = False
			Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
			With rs
				.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
			End With
			.DataSource = rs
			.MinHeightList = 128
			.SearchColumnIndex = 0
			.UseTabKey = False
			.EndUpdate 
		End With
	End With
	.DrawGridLines = exRowLines
	.DefaultItemHeight = 21
	With .Items
		.CellEditorVisible(.AddItem(10248),0) = exEditorVisible
		.CellEditorVisible(.AddItem(10249),0) = exEditorVisible
		.CellEditorVisible(.AddItem(10250),0) = exEditorVisible
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
840:
How can I add a header row

With Grid1
	.ShowLockedItems = True
	.DrawGridLines = exVLines
	.Columns.Add "C1"
	.Columns.Add "C2"
	With .Items
		.LockedItemCount(exTop) = 1
		h = .LockedItem(exTop,0)
		.ItemBackColor(h) = RGB(128,128,128)
		.ItemForeColor(h) = RGB(255,255,255)
		.CellValue(h,0) = "footer c1"
		.CellValue(h,1) = "footer c2"
		.CellValue(.AddItem("cell"),1) = "cell"
	End With
End With
839:
How can I add a footer row

With Grid1
	.ShowLockedItems = True
	.DrawGridLines = exVLines
	.Columns.Add "C1"
	.Columns.Add "C2"
	With .Items
		.LockedItemCount(exBottom) = 1
		h = .LockedItem(exBottom,0)
		.ItemBackColor(h) = RGB(128,128,128)
		.ItemForeColor(h) = RGB(255,255,255)
		.CellValue(h,0) = "footer c1"
		.CellValue(h,1) = "footer c2"
		.CellValue(.AddItem("cell"),1) = "cell"
	End With
End With
838:
How can I programmatically add more columns to the sort bar and other to be sorted, but not included in the sort bar

With Grid1
	.SortBarVisible = True
	With .Columns
		.Add 0
		.Add 1
		.Add 2
		.Add 3
		.Add 4
	End With
	.Layout = "multiplesort=""C3:1 C4:2"";singlesort=""C2:1"""
End With
837:
How can I fix a column, while other sizable and fill the control's client

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
	.Columns.Add "Sizable"
	With .Columns.Add("F")
		.AllowSizing = False
		.Width = 16
	End With
End With
836:
Is it possible to use empty values on a PickEditType editor (method 2)

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("DropDown").Editor
		.EditType = PickEditType
		.AddItem 0,""
		.AddItem 1,"The first item"
		.AddItem 2,"The second item"
		.AddItem 3,"The third item"
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "The first item"
		.AddItem ""
		.AddItem "The third item"
	End With
End With
835:
Is it possible to use empty values on a PickEditType editor (method 1)

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("DropDown").Editor
		.EditType = PickEditType
		.Option(exPickAllowEmpty) = True
		.AddItem 1,"The first item"
		.AddItem 2,"The second item"
		.AddItem 3,"The third item"
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "The first item"
		.AddItem ""
		.AddItem "The third item"
	End With
End With
834:
How can I specify an unselectable cell

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Columns
		.Add "C1"
		.Add "C2"
		.Add "C3"
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("unselectable item")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "unselectable item"
		.CellValue(h,2) = "unselectable item"
		.SelectableItem(h) = False
		h = .AddItem("selectable cell")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "unselectable cell"
		.CellEnabled(h,1) = False
		.CellForeColor(h,1) = RGB(0,0,0)
		.CellValue(h,2) = "disabled cell"
		.CellEnabled(h,2) = False
		h = .AddItem("disabled item")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "disabled item"
		.CellValue(h,2) = "disabled item"
		.EnableItem(h) = False
		.SelectableItem(h) = False
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
833:
Is it possible to edit a float number without using of e/E/d/D (exponent) and +/- (signs) characters

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Edit").Editor
		.EditType = EditType
		.Numeric = NumericEnum.exDisableSigns Or NumericEnum.exFloatInteger
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 1.22
End With
832:
How can I edit a float number with no using of e/E/d/D and + character

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Edit").Editor
		.EditType = EditType
		.Numeric = NumericEnum.exDisablePlus Or NumericEnum.exFloatInteger
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 1.22
End With
831:
Is it possible to edit a float number with no using of e/E/d/D (exponent) characters

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Edit").Editor
		.EditType = EditType
		.Numeric = exFloatInteger
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 1.22
End With
830:
How can I edit an integer with no using of +/- signs

With Grid1
	With .Columns.Add("Edit").Editor
		.EditType = EditType
		.Numeric = &Hfc Or NumericEnum.exDisableSigns Or NumericEnum.exFloatInteger Or NumericEnum.exFloat
	End With
	.Items.AddItem 1
End With
829:
When I'm trying to show string with "line break" character (vbCrLF) in a textbox, it shows 2 squares. Is there any way to hide these squares

With Grid1
	With .Columns
		.Add "Value"
		With .Add("CellSingleLine = False")
			.ComputedField = "%0"
			.Def(exCellSingleLine) = False
		End With
		With .Add("FormatColumn/replace CRLF")
			.ComputedField = "%0"
			.FormatColumn = "value replace `\r\n` with ``"
		End With
		With .Add("FormatColumn/replace TAB,CRLF")
			.ComputedField = "%0"
			.FormatColumn = "(value replace `\t` with ``) replace `\r\n` with ``"
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem "a\ta\r\nb\tb"
	End With
End With
828:
Is there any way to "unselect" radio group

' DblClick event - Occurs when the user dblclk the left mouse button over an object.
Private Sub Grid1_DblClick(Shift As Integer,X As Single,Y As Single)
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			h = .CellChecked(1234)
			.CellHasCheckBox(0,h) = True
			.CellState(0,h) = 0
			.CellHasCheckBox(0,h) = False
		End With
	End With
End Sub

' SelectionChanged event - Fired after a new item has been selected.
Private Sub Grid1_SelectionChanged()
	With Grid1
		With .Items
			.CellState(.FocusItem,0) = 1
		End With
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.SelBackColor = RGB(255,255,128)
	.SelForeColor = RGB(0,0,0)
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Radio 1")
		.CellHasRadioButton(h,0) = True
		.CellRadioGroup(h,0) = 1234
		h = .AddItem("Radio 2")
		.CellHasRadioButton(h,0) = True
		.CellRadioGroup(h,0) = 1234
		.CellState(h,0) = 1
		h = .AddItem("Radio 3")
		.CellHasRadioButton(h,0) = True
		.CellRadioGroup(h,0) = 1234
	End With
End With
827:
The Column.Alignment property does not seem to work for cells with images in them. What can be done

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Images "gBJJgBAIDAAGAAEAAQhYAf8Pf4hh0QihCJo2AEZjQAjEZFEaIEaEEaAIAkcbk0olUrlktl0vmExmUzmk1m03nE5nU7nk9n0/oFBoVDolFo1HpFJpVLplNp1PqFRqVTq" & _
"lVq1XrFZrVbrldr1fsFhsVjslls1ntFptVrtltt1vuFxuVzul1u13vF5vV7vl9v1/wGBwWDwmFw2HxGJxWLxmNx0xiFdyOTh8Tf9ZymXx+QytcyNgz8r0OblWjyWds+m" & _
"0ka1Vf1ta1+r1mos2xrG2xeZ0+a0W0qOx3GO4NV3WeyvD2XJ5XL5nN51aiw+lfSj0gkUkAEllHanHI5j/cHg8EZf7w8vl8j4f/qfEZeB09/vjLAB30+kZQAP/P5/H6/y" & _
"NAOAEAwCjMBwFAEDwJBMDwLBYAP2/8Hv8/gAGAD8LQs9w/nhDY/oygIA="
	.TreeColumnIndex = -1
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	.HeaderHeight = 24
	.DefaultItemHeight = 24
	With .Columns.Add("Image")
		.AllowSizing = False
		.Width = 32
		.HTMLCaption = "<img>1</img>"
		.HeaderAlignment = CenterAlignment
		.Alignment = CenterAlignment
		.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Rest"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "<img>1</img>"
		.AddItem "<img>2</img>"
		.AddItem "<img>3</img>"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
826:
Can I change the format of date to be shown in the control

With Grid1
	With .Columns
		.Add "Default"
		With .Add("Format.1")
			.ComputedField = "%0"
			.FormatColumn = "dateF(value) replace `/` with `-`"
		End With
		With .Add("Format.2")
			.ComputedField = "%0"
			.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
			.FormatColumn = "`<b>`+ shortdate(value) + `</b> ` + timeF(value)"
		End With
		With .Add("Format.3")
			.ComputedField = "%0"
			.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
			.FormatColumn = "( dateF(value) replace `/` with `-` ) + ` <b>`+ ( weekday(value) case ( 0 : `Su`; 1 : `Mo`; 2 : `Tu`; 3 : `We`; 4 : `Th`; 5 : `" & _
"Fr`; 6 : `Sa`) )"
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		.AddItem #1/1/2001 10:00:00 AM#
		.AddItem #1/2/2001 10:00:00 AM#
	End With
End With
825:
How do I arrange my columns on multiple levels

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	With .Columns
		With .Add("C0")
			.ExpandColumns = "1,2"
			.DisplayExpandButton = False
		End With
		.Add "C1"
		.Add "C2"
		.Add "C3"
		With .Add("C4")
			.ExpandColumns = "5,6"
			.DisplayExpandButton = False
		End With
		.Add "C5"
		With .Add("C6")
			.ExpandColumns = "6,7"
			.DisplayExpandButton = False
		End With
		.Add "C7"
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
824:
Does your control support expandable header or columns, so I can arrange it on multiple levels

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	.BackColorLevelHeader = RGB(240,240,240)
	With .Columns
		With .Add("Photo")
			.AllowSizing = False
			.Width = 32
		End With
		.Add "Personal Info"
		.Add "Title"
		.Add "Name"
		.Add "First"
		.Add "Last"
		.Add "Address"
		.Item("Personal Info").ExpandColumns = "2,3"
		With .Item("Name")
			.ExpandColumns = "4,5"
			.Expanded = False
		End With
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
823:
How can I use the MinWidthAutoResize/MaxWidthAutoResize

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	With .Columns.Item(0)
		.MaxWidthAutoResize = 32
		.WidthAutoResize = True
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
822:
Does your control support subscript or superscript, in HTML captions

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	.HeaderHeight = 28
	.DefaultItemHeight = 24
	With .Columns
		With .Add("Column 1")
			.HTMLCaption = "Column <b><off 2><font ;6>1"
			.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		End With
		With .Add("Column 2")
			.HTMLCaption = "Column <b><off 2><font ;6>2"
			.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		End With
		With .Add("Column 3")
			.HTMLCaption = "Column <b><off 2><font ;6>3"
			.Def(exCellValueFormat) = 1
		End With
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("Item <font ;6><off 4>1")
		.CellValue(h,1) = "Item <font ;6><off -6>2"
		.CellValue(h,2) = "Item <b><font ;6><off -6>2<off 4>3<off 4>1"
	End With
End With
821:
How can I specify the splited cell's background color

With Grid1
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.TreeColumnIndex = -1
	.Columns.Add("1").Def(exCellBackColor) = 255
	With .Columns.Add("2")
		.Width = 32
		.AllowSizing = False
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("The Item's background color inherits the Column.Def(exCellBackColor)")
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		h = .AddItem("The Item's background color inherits the CellBackColor()")
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.CellBackColor(h) = RGB(0,255,0)
		h = .AddItem("The Item's background color inherits the CellBackColor(), while the split inherits from the Column.Def(exCellBackColor) ")
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.CellBackColor(h) = RGB(0,255,0)
		var_SplitCell = .SplitCell(h,0)
		h = .AddItem("The Item's background color inherits the CellBackColor()")
		.ItemDivider(h) = 0
		.CellBackColor(h) = RGB(0,255,0)
		.CellBackColor(0,.SplitCell(h,0)) = RGB(0,0,255)
	End With
End With
820:
How can I specify a fixed width for a column

With Grid1
	.MarkSearchColumn = False
	.TreeColumnIndex = -1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns.Add("C1")
		.Width = 17
		.AllowSizing = False
	End With
	With .Columns.Add("C2")
		.Width = 17
		.AllowSizing = False
	End With
	.Columns.Add "Other"
	.ColumnAutoResize = True
End With
819:
How can I split a cell in three parts

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.DrawGridLines = exAllLines
	.Columns.Add "Default"
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("entire")
		h = .AddItem("split 1")
		h = .SplitCell(h,0)
		.CellValue(0,h) = "split 2"
		h = .SplitCell(0,h)
		.CellValue(0,h) = "split 3"
		h = .AddItem("entire")
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With
818:
How can I find if there is any filter applied to the control

' FilterChange event - Occurs when filter was changed.
Private Sub Grid1_FilterChange()
	With Grid1
		Debug.Print( "If negative, the filter is present, else not" )
		Debug.Print( .Items.VisibleItemCount )
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.TreeColumnIndex = -1
	.FilterInclude = exMatchingItemsOnly
	With .Columns.Add("Column")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.FilterType = exFilter
		.Filter = "C1"
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("R1")
		.InsertItem h,,"C1"
		.InsertItem h,,"C2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("R2")
		.InsertItem h,,"C1"
		.InsertItem h,,"C2"
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
817:
How can I prevent showing the lines for the hierarchy while using the exMatchingItemsOnly option

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.TreeColumnIndex = -1
	.FilterInclude = exMatchingItemsOnly
	With .Columns.Add("Column")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.FilterType = exFilter
		.Filter = "C1|C2"
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("R1")
		.InsertItem h,,"C1"
		.InsertItem h,,"C2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("R2")
		.InsertItem h,,"C1"
		.InsertItem h,,"C2"
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
816:
Is there any method to get only the matched items and not the items with his parent

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.LinesAtRoot = exLinesAtRoot
	.FilterInclude = exMatchingItemsOnly
	With .Columns.Add("Column")
		.DisplayFilterButton = True
		.FilterType = exFilter
		.Filter = "C1|C2"
	End With
	With .Items
		h = .AddItem("R1")
		.InsertItem h,,"C1"
		.InsertItem h,,"C2"
		.ExpandItem(h) = True
		h = .AddItem("R2")
		.InsertItem h,,"C1"
		.InsertItem h,,"C2"
	End With
	.ApplyFilter 
	.EndUpdate 
End With
815:
Is there any property I can save and restore automatically the current setting, column position, size, and so on (2)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
		.AddItem "Item 3"
	End With
	.Layout = "Select=""0"";SingleSort=""C0:2"";Columns=1"
	.EndUpdate 
End With
814:
Is there any property I can save and restore automatically the current setting, column position, size, and so on (1)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.Columns.Add "Column"
	With .Items
		.AddItem "Item 1"
		.AddItem "Item 2"
		.AddItem "Item 3"
	End With
	.Layout = "gBjAAwAAuABmABpABsAB0ABlAByhoAPIAOEPAA9gYABoABQAgUEg0XN4AOcJicKkpujMbjsfkMFk0YhkQgUOjUEl8gjcGO0ok8KMULjEaGMcj08kQAO8oMkTNEtGwAG" & _
"QAqc7gUlhh1ABtAEsk9GpEfhElgVcsMupNlnlonlaAFcr0shUsp8QPEtnVJqJhmcIhUMh0QiU5sYAqMngUSuEMw07k8Qv0SgVRrNEuVflF2jF5x9JyNEm0TjQijemyE0" & _
"jE3t+YruauoAu4Az1qj9BzRn0UzksSnAA0xDjY6qnAw8OiUQ0dwzN0zWz2t7j8/xURAGNvWH6k8xlEhklhEI0O/6QAgI="
	.EndUpdate 
End With
813:
I have noticed that the column's header is changed once the cursor hovers it. Is it possible to change that visual appearance

With Grid1
	.VisualAppearance.Add 1,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add "Column 2"
	End With
	.BackColorHeader = &H1000000
	.Background(exCursorHoverColumn) = &H12d86ff
End With
812:
Is it possible to change the visual appearance of the columns selector/floating bar(3)

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
	End With
	.VisualAppearance.Add 2,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.VisualAppearance.Add 3,"c:\exontrol\images\pushed.ebn"
	.Background(exColumnsFloatAppearance) = &H2000000
	.Background(exColumnsFloatBackColor) = &H3000000
	.Background(exColumnsFloatCaptionBackColor) = RGB(246,245,240)
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
811:
Is it possible to change the visual appearance of the columns selector/floating bar(2)

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
	End With
	.VisualAppearance.Add 3,"c:\exontrol\images\pushed.ebn"
	.Background(exColumnsFloatBackColor) = &H3000000
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
810:
Is it possible to change the visual appearance of the columns selector/floating bar(1)

With Grid1
	.VisualAppearance.Add 2,"c:\exontrol\images\normal.ebn"
	.Background(exColumnsFloatAppearance) = &H2000000
	.Background(exColumnsFloatBackColor) = RGB(246,245,240)
	.Background(exColumnsFloatCaptionBackColor) = RGB(246,245,240)
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
809:
I am using the ColumnsFloatBarVisible property on True, but still not able to add any column on that list

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
	End With
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
808:
Is it possible to list a column to columns selector/floating bar, but still user can use it

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
		With .Add("Column 3")
			.Visible = False
			.Enabled = False
		End With
	End With
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
807:
How can I prevent a specific column not to be listed in the columns selector/floating bar

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
		With .Add("Column 3")
			.Visible = False
			.AllowDragging = False
		End With
	End With
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
806:
Is it possible to change the "Columns" caption being shown in the columns selector/floating bar

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
	End With
	.Description(exColumnsFloatBar) = "Hidden Columns"
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
805:
How can I show the columns selector, so the user can drag and drop columns to the view

With Grid1
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add("Column 2").Visible = False
	End With
	.ColumnsFloatBarVisible = True
End With
804:
The column's header is changed while the cursor hovers it. Is it possible to prevent that

With Grid1
	With .Columns
		.Add "Column 1"
		.Add "Column 2"
	End With
	.Background(exCursorHoverColumn) = -1
End With
803:
I noticed that when grouping on a field, its details are always expanded. Is it possible to show collapsed by default (method 2)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.SortBarVisible = True
	.SortBarCaption = "Drag a <b>column</b> header here to group by that column."
	.AllowGroupBy = True
	.Columns.Item(1).SortOrder = SortAscending
	.EndUpdate 
	.BeginUpdate 
	.EnsureVisibleColumn 0
	.Items.ExpandItem(0) = False
	.EndUpdate 
End With
802:
I noticed that when grouping on a field, its details are always expanded. Is it possible to show collapsed by default (method 1)

' AddGroupItem event - Occurs after a new Group Item has been inserted to Items collection.
Private Sub Grid1_AddGroupItem(ByVal Item As EXGRIDLibCtl.HITEM)
	With Grid1
		.Items.ExpandItem(Item) = False
	End With
End Sub

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.SortBarVisible = True
	.SortBarCaption = "Drag a <b>column</b> header here to group by that column."
	.AllowGroupBy = True
	.Columns.Item(1).SortOrder = SortAscending
	.EndUpdate 
End With
801:
Is there a possibility to expand / collapse all groups (or group by group) at runtime with a method (equivalent to pressing the + or - button in the group header)

With Grid1
	.BeginUpdate 
	.ColumnAutoResize = False
	Set rs = CreateObject("ADOR.Recordset")
	With rs
		.Open "Orders","Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Program Files\Exontrol\ExGrid\Sample\SAMPLE.MDB",3,3
	End With
	.DataSource = rs
	.SortBarVisible = True
	.SortBarCaption = "Drag a <b>column</b> header here to group by that column."
	.AllowGroupBy = True
	.Columns.Item(1).SortOrder = SortAscending
	.EndUpdate 
	.EnsureVisibleColumn 0
	.BeginUpdate 
	With .Items
		.ExpandItem(.RootItem(0)) = False
		.ExpandItem(.RootItem(1)) = False
		.ExpandItem(.RootItem(2)) = False
	End With
	.EndUpdate 
End With