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User grid Region

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18865 Sep 10,2004 02:14 PM Sep 13,2004 08:33 AM Windows Forms 2
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John Creviston
Asked On September 10, 2004 02:14 PM

Is there a way to define an region of a grid to be the only area accessible to a user? Say, for instance, region A100 to D150? Scroll bars would show properly bases on this region, etc.

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Replied On September 10, 2004 04:49 PM

There are no property settings that would enable this behavior. I am not sure what you had in mind to provide the data for the grid (whether it is a GridDataBoundGrid or a GridControl holding data or a virtual GridControl). But you could try to use a virtual grid where the data you provide there the virtual events is exactly teh data you want your user to see in the grid.

John Creviston
Replied On September 13, 2004 08:33 AM

Thanks Clay. We have a large spreadsheet-type application where we show many different summary views of the data. The summary information is calculated using the formulas in the grid. I can provide these different views using the SF worksheet tabs functionality, but I thought, if all the data and formulas were in a single worksheet, it might perform a little faster. It may not make any difference except for requiring longer cell references for the formulas across sheets. Thanks.

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