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Posted on 2000-03-12
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Dear friends,
  Is it possible to hide a row in Data Grid..

Regards..

Raj
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Question by:soosairaj
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by:MikeRenz
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not without explicitly checking all rows via code and skipping/deleting unwanted row(s)...unless you're using some control I'm not.
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Set the rowheight property of the row you want to hide to 0.  This renders the row invisible and can be brought back quickly to normal row height.
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