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Datagrid Split

Is it possible to implement a split in a datagrid with vb.net or to freeze a column so that it does not scroll.

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AT Atul Tewari October 16, 2002 02:23 PM

> Is it possible to implement a split in a datagrid with vb.net or to freeze a column so that it does not scroll. > > Did you find a way to do this? Please let me know if you did and if you could share how you got it to work that would be be even better Atul


VI Vishesh April 9, 2003 01:27 AM

> > Is it possible to implement a split in a datagrid with vb.net or to freeze a column so that it does not scroll. > > > > > > Did you find a way to do this? Please let me know if you did and if you could share how you got it to work that would be be even better > > Atul Hi Atul, Did u get a way to do this? Please do let me know if u did? Vishesh


SC Schneider April 20, 2003 07:24 PM

> Is it possible to implement a split in a datagrid with vb.net or to freeze a column so that it does not scroll. > > How about a Panel with two grids seperated by a splitter. Then bind both grids to the same source? Schneider


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team September 29, 2003 06:22 AM

> > Is it possible to implement a split in a datagrid with vb.net or to freeze a column so that it does not scroll. > > > > > > How about a Panel with two grids seperated by a splitter. Then bind both grids to the same source? > > Schneider Great idea, but how would you then handle scrolling? PonyRyd

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