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how to format coloum header in datagrid

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hi,

i am developing an appllication, in this appllication i am using
datagrid . in this datagrid coloumns header text i want to change coloumn
header text in vertically

it means
datagrid coloum header text is like this

EmapId Name Dept

i need it as ,if we trun it with 90 degrees anti clock wise

how to display it in vb.net(windows appllication)
warm regards

jaffar


Mar 23 '06 #1
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Jaffar,

If you are using a newsreader like Outlook Express, than please do not
multipost to this newsgroups. If you think that a message is relevant to
sent it to more, than crosspost. Than we can all benefit from and share the
answers. Crossposting with Outlook Express is just setting more newsgroups
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I have answered this message in another newsgroup.

Thanks in advance.

Cor

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hi,

i am developing an appllication, in this appllication i am using
datagrid . in this datagrid coloumns header text i want to change coloumn
header text in vertically

it means
datagrid coloum header text is like this

EmapId Name Dept

i need it as ,if we trun it with 90 degrees anti clock wise

how to display it in vb.net(windows appllication)
warm regards

jaffar

Mar 23 '06 #2

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"jaffar" <ja*******@nannacomputers.com> wrote in message
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i am developing an appllication, in this appllication i am using
datagrid . in this datagrid coloumns header text i want to change coloumn
header text in vertically


I understand English is not your native language but this is hard to follow.
To do what I think you want is almost certainly not supported by the control
as is. You will need a way to 'paint over' the header cells with your own
text.

Mar 23 '06 #3

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