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Is it possible to set the coveredrange cell in the rowheader to any other format?

 

Yes it is possible to set the CoveredRange cell in the row header to any other format. You can set any shape to the row header by hiding the borders of the covered range cells. Actually, the headers do not have borders, but instead have a raised appearance that is part of their drawing code. So, to control the borders, change the CellType to something other than the header. Making the row header cell Static is one option. You can customize the cells styles by using the QueryCellInfo event.

C#

VB

 

Sample Links:

CustomRowHeader-C#

CustomRowHeader-VB

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
758 04/30/2011 03/09/2015 Windows Forms GridControl
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