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How can one shrink the column if it is bigger than the screen?

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20003 Oct 7,2004 08:49 AM Oct 7,2004 12:39 PM Windows Forms 2
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Andrew Skalkin
Asked On October 7, 2004 08:49 AM

If the column is wider than the screen, you can''t grab the right border to reduce its width. Are there any workaround?

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Replied On October 7, 2004 09:36 AM

If you set this.gridControl1.HScrollPixel = true; then the grid should scroll pixel by pixel (instead of cell by cell) allowing you to expose the right edge so you can grab it for sizing.

Andrew Skalkin
Replied On October 7, 2004 12:39 PM

>If you set > >this.gridControl1.HScrollPixel = true; > >then the grid should scroll pixel by pixel (instead of cell by cell) allowing you to expose the right edge so you can grab it for sizing. Thanks, Clay! The cell-by-cell scroll is the preferrable way of scrolling the grid. I just had a hope that there is a way for the user to shrink it. Looks like we will have to pop up a menu when user clicks on a column header with the "Shrink to fit" option.

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