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Datagrid Bound Column

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Hello.  I have this weird thing happening in a VB application.  If I break the code then when returning the value of a datagrid I get the correct first field value.  If I run the code right through its grabbing the second column value.  How can I tell what the bound column is in the grid.  Does this sound like it might be a service pack issue.  That I need to install the latest SP 5 for VB to fix this?  Thanks all.
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Can I see some code on how you're doing this?
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I think I found the problem.  I needed to bind it to column(0) that was missing.  Thanks anyway.
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Well, thanks man, but I didn't even get a chance to respond to the question, and now I have a C grade on my record.

No offense, but that hurts.


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