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    how to draw tables in window forms?

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    I want to draw tables please tel me hoe to draw and the method to specify the number of row and columns
    also please tell me how to retrieve the values from the table
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  • #112
    Hi shruthi,

    As far as i know there are no tables in Windows Forms.

    First of all tell me why you need a table in Windows Forms. So that i can suggest you some other control to give more or less the same features of the tables.

    With regards,

    Krithika

  • #114
    hi shruthi,

    I think tables are not possible in windows forms. You can use the Ms Flexgrid com component by including the control in your form. If you can tell me the purpose of this, may be i can suggest you something better than this.

    Regards
    ManojRajan

  • #118
    thanx for the reply,
    i need to design a form,which will accept all the details of current life insurence/other policies of a customer.it needs a 9*9 table. so that the customer can add details of all the policies that he is having.

    thanx
    shruthi

  • #167079
    hi,

    it is not possible to draw table in window form,
    their is two way of doing this
    you can use Image control on which you place a image of a grid according to your size.

    Second take a label make its background color to black,
    and set vertical line then make width to minimum and if horizontal then height to minimum. i know this is tiresome job but it will definetly help u to make table

  • #203818
    it is not possible to draw table in window form.
    Regards
    Mr.Rajesh
    Software Engg.


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