Check out the advanced help of the "ActiveCell" property:
The following table lists example values for this property.
|–2||0||Selects all cells of the first column, including the column header.|
|–2||–2||Selects all rows and columns, including column headers.|
|–1||0||Selects the header of the first column.|
|–1||–2||Selects the headers of all columns.|
Set the ActiveCell to -2,-2 then set the activecell -> cell background color
Is that what you are looking for?
Yep that worked great! Is there a way to turn off the selection within a table. I'm just using it for status only.
Are you using a table, or a multi-column list box? By selection, do you mean a highlighted row? If so, then I think you're using a multi-column listbox and you might be better off using a table indicator. If I'm right, but you still want to use the multi-column listbox, try setting the Disabled property to 1 (Disabled).
Try setting the "Disabled" property to "Disabled" or "Disabled and Greyed Out". Be mindful of the end user, they might like having the ability to select and copy/paste out of the table.