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How to change text in a cell which is not current (different column of the same row)

To customize input into the current cell I use something like that: private void gridDataBoundGridBills_CurrentCellChanged( object sender, System.EventArgs e) { GridDataBoundGrid grid = sender as GridDataBoundGrid; int rowIdx = grid.CurrentCell.RowIndex; int colIdx = grid.CurrentCell.ColIndex; GridStyleInfo style = grid.Model[rowIdx, colIdx]; switch(colIdx) { case 3: grid.CellRenderers[style.CellType].ControlText = textBoxPartnerCode.Text; grid.Refresh(); break; ...... } } Works all right as long as I stick to the current cell. But I also need to change adjacent cells. Tried to fiddle with GridStyleInfo style = grid.Model[rowIdx, colIdx]; statement changing colIdx, but to no avail. What can I do? Grateful in advance, Alexey

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team January 19, 2004 01:58 AM

You only need to work through the renderer when the cell is the currentcell. If the cell is not the currentcell, then you can try setting grid.Model[rowIdx, colIdx].Text = "SomeText"; On potential problem may occur if the current row is not already being edited. In this case, you should call grid.Binder.BeginEdit() for a GridDataBoundGrid before you set the value. But since the currentcellchanged is what triggers this code, I would not think that this would be a problem in your case.

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