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Fixed it myself!

Found this on MSDN
When row headers are visible, a plus sign is displayed in each row header if
the underlying DataTable has a related child table.

This property will not function until you add DataGridTableStyle objects to
the GridTableStylesCollection. Until then, setting this property will have
no effect.

So.. that pretty much answered that! And also... it worked!


"Lars Netzel" <la*********@qlogic.se> skrev i meddelandet
I have a datagrid where I have set

DataGrid1.RowHeaderersVisable = False
DataGrid1.RowheaderWidth = 0

But the grid still keeps the ugnly rowheaders... (the gray column with the
black arrow marking what row your're at)

I attached a picture of it and want to hide it! I also dont' want the
gridlines to show at all!


Nov 20 '05 #1
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