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DataGrid Row Highlight?

Posted on 2002-06-23
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I would like to use the DataGrid for navigation of records. Is there a way to have the whole row hightlihgt instead of the just one cell (column) of the row?

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by:Éric Moreau
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by:Ryan Chong
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This feature can be set inside the DataGrid Property. I cannot show you where exact to set this but it's in 4th Tabs if not wrong.

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by:Ryan Chong
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Actually it's on Spilt > Margue??? (Sorry not at home now, forget the exact spelling!) then select 3 - dbgHighlightRow

Hope this help
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ryancys -

i don't find this in my properties
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Correction:
Go to Property > Splits > MargueeStyle, Select 3 - dbgHighlightRow

can you find it?
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ryancys

I don't have a Splits property.

I'm using the DataGrid that came with Visual Studio.NET
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Sorry can't help, no VS.Net Installed in my machine.
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