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What is a cell style?

A cell’s style refers to the GridStyleInfo class object that encapsulates all the state information concerning a cell. This object holds the cell’s value, font, borderstyle, etc. Anything that is particular to a cell is stored in its style. This unique Styles Architecture allows you to inherit attributes from the parent styles. Any information that is not initialized specifically for a cell is inherited from a systemwide standard style or any other user-configurable styles higher in the hierarchy. You can apply formatting to the whole table, rows, columns, group of cells, individual cells or any combination as desired.

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User Guide for GridStyleInfo

 

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
4302 03/16/2015 04/22/2015 Windows Forms GridGroupingControl
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