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greg
Posted: 10/04/2004, 7:44 PM

Is there a way to convert a grid with alternate row to a normal grid,
and vice versa?

Greg
peterr


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Posted: 10/05/2004, 2:02 AM

Yes. To convert from alternate rows to standard, you can delete the whole alternate row in the design view, then delete "<!-- BEGIN AltRow --><!-- END AltRow -->" from the HTML.
Converting from standard rows to alternate is more difficult. You would need to edit the HTML and add the above tags, then create HTML for an additional row, then add controls into each cell within the new row. It may be best if you analyze the HTML of a grid with alternate rows to learn how it is structured.
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greg
Posted: 10/05/2004, 12:10 PM

peterr wrote:

> Yes. To convert from alternate rows to standard, you can delete the whole
> alternate row in the design view, then delete "<!-- BEGIN AltRow --><!-- END
> AltRow -->" from the HTML.
> Converting from standard rows to alternate is more difficult. You would need to
> edit the HTML and add the above tags, then create HTML for an additional row,
> then add controls into each cell within the new row. It may be best if you
> analyze the HTML of a grid with alternate rows to learn how it is structured.
Great :) I was wondering if the parser would analyze the html or
generate it from its own data.

Thanks

Greg

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