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How can I set a value into the cell?

The style object holds all the information that affects the cell’s appearance. You can set the value for the cell by using the CellValue property.

Use a two-parameter indexer rowIndex, columnIndex on your Gridcontrol object to get a reference to that particular cell’s style.



You can also set CellValue by using QueryCellInfo event.



C:\Users\ApoorvahR\Desktop\Note.png Note: You can set different data types for the CellValue since its data type is an object.

Figure 1: Setting CellValue in Gridcontrol

Sample Link

C#: SetCellValue

VB: SetCellValue

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
405 04/30/2011 04/20/2015 Windows Forms GridControl
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