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DataGrid - Get rid of "row arrow".

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40001 Jan 23,2006 04:14 PM UTC Mar 18,2006 08:30 AM UTC Windows Forms 2
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Andreas
Asked On January 23, 2006 04:14 PM UTC

Hi I have a really big problem I cant find a solution for. Does anyone know if there is a way to remove the black arrow to the left, that points out the selected row? I really want to get rid of that arrow. Im using VS2003.

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Replied On February 3, 2006 07:52 AM UTC

Hi, I have not used DataGrid, but I am using DataGridView in VS2005. If you are referring to the Row header column on the left, then you can set the ''RowHeaderVisible'' property to False. I am not sure if you can remove just the arrow alone without hiding the Row header. This works fine in DataGridView. Maybe it will work in DatGrid too... >Hi >I have a really big problem I cant find a solution for. > >Does anyone know if there is a way to remove the black arrow to the left, that points out the selected row? >I really want to get rid of that arrow. > >Im using VS2003.

Aruni
Replied On March 18, 2006 08:30 AM UTC

Hi, Make the RowHeadervisible = False and also the RowHeaderwidth to 0. Then it will work >Hi, > >I have not used DataGrid, but I am using DataGridView in VS2005. If you are referring to the Row header column on the left, then you can set the ''RowHeaderVisible'' property to False. I am not sure if you can remove just the arrow alone without hiding the Row header. This works fine in DataGridView. Maybe it will work in DatGrid too... > >>Hi >>I have a really big problem I cant find a solution for. >> >>Does anyone know if there is a way to remove the black arrow to the left, that points out the selected row? >>I really want to get rid of that arrow. >> >>Im using VS2003.

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