ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team June 5, 2003 09:50 AM
In a GridControl, yes. You use the methods, gridControl1.Cols.InsertRange and gridControl1.Rows.InsertRange.
In a GridDataBoundGrid, this is more difficult in that the grid is just reflecting the Datasource. So, if your datasource supports inserting rows, then you could directly access this support to insert a row, and the grid would then reflect this.