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Highlighting row in DataGrid

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have gone through couple of articles and confused now. What is the most
efficient way of highlighting row in Windows Forms DataGrid so that it takes
into account both mouse click and keyboard up/down arrow keys.
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Hi..

I think best way would be to write a script for that though you can define
properties through Property window in VS.

HTH

With Best Regards
Naveen K S

"Job Lot" wrote:
have gone through couple of articles and confused now. What is the most
efficient way of highlighting row in Windows Forms DataGrid so that it takes
into account both mouse click and keyboard up/down arrow keys.

Jul 21 '05 #2

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There is no property for Windows Forms DataGrid that allows highligthing of
row.
"Naveen" wrote:

Hi..

I think best way would be to write a script for that though you can define
properties through Property window in VS.

HTH

With Best Regards
Naveen K S

"Job Lot" wrote:
have gone through couple of articles and confused now. What is the most
efficient way of highlighting row in Windows Forms DataGrid so that it takes
into account both mouse click and keyboard up/down arrow keys.

Jul 21 '05 #3

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