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Remove Row Header and move cells

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19889 Oct 5,2004 09:39 PM UTC Oct 12,2004 08:17 PM UTC WinForms 2
Tags: GridControl
Aaron Taylor
Asked On October 5, 2004 09:39 PM UTC

Hello everyone, Admittedly this is a newby question, but I did not find any reference to it in the forums so I feel compelled to ask. I am first trying to make the row header information invisible. I do not want a count of all the rows going down the side of my grid. I cannot believe I cannot find a solution to this, but perhaps I am looking to hard. Secondly I have shortcut keys to move the grid up and down just like the arrows keys, however I want them to move the grid whether the grid has focus or not. Even if I have to set the focus to the grid and move the cell manually. I have tried a few methods to do this to no avail.. Here is one shot. Private Sub btnUp_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles btnUp.Click '' Move the cell view up one If gridTrading2.CurrentCell.RowIndex() > 0 And gridTrading2.CurrentCell.RowIndex() < gridTrading2.RowCount Then gridTrading2.CurrentCell.Activate(gridTrading2.CurrentCell.RowIndex(), 5) gridTrading2.CurrentCell.Move(GridDirectionType.Up, 1, False, False) End If End Sub Any ideas? Thank you in advance, Aaron Taylor

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 6, 2004 05:04 AM UTC

To hide the row headers, try: grid.Properties.RowHeaders = false; //or grid.Cols.Hidden[0] = true; To make a particular cell the currentcell: try grid.Focus();//if the grid does not have focus grid.CurrentCell.MoveTo(someRowIndex, someColIndex); The MoveTo method can also take a 3rd parameter that you can use to actually activate the cell for editing (GridSetCurrentCellOptions.SetFocus) among other setting.

Aaron Taylor
Replied On October 12, 2004 08:17 PM UTC

Thank you very much Chris. Both suggestions where just what I was looking for. Being new at this grid is driving me crazy, but at least there is good help here. Sincerely, Aaron Taylor >To hide the row headers, try: > >grid.Properties.RowHeaders = false; >//or >grid.Cols.Hidden[0] = true; > > >To make a particular cell the currentcell: try > >grid.Focus();//if the grid does not have focus >grid.CurrentCell.MoveTo(someRowIndex, someColIndex); > >The MoveTo method can also take a 3rd parameter that you can use to actually activate the cell for editing (GridSetCurrentCellOptions.SetFocus) among other setting.


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