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Table Frame control

Table Frame control in Paradox Forms topic (part of our Corel Paradox / ObjectPAL Coding group).

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rum
Frankfort, KY USA

Anyone know how to programatically show/hide columns in a table frame control?    Mind you,  I am not talking about the tableview object.

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hide, shift everything over? or just hide, invisible?

the former, you'd need two forms, or two different pages/tabs.. the latter, color on color (all blue, all white, all black, etc) and tab stop = false

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Multirecord control seems to have better control, although I have never used it. 

   Any thoughts or problems I should be aware of?

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I haven't used it, that I'm aware of.. but flipping the colors on a column, or certain records like that, yes, I've done it, it's simple

put it in New Value, then it applies to every record.. if this then color=red else color = white endif..

to hide a bigger area, you can have an empty box.. transparent normally, color on color to hide

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