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Hiding winforms Datagrid 'selector' column

Posted on 2003-10-29
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Hi

I would like to remove that default column grey selector column that gets added as the first column in a datagrid,
Is it possible and if so how do I do it ?

Regards

Richard
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set the RowHeadersVisible of the datagrid to False:

DataGrid1.RowHeadersVisible = False

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by:rjuch
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No, that gets rid of column headers, ie. first row.. i want to get rid of that grey 'column' on the left
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no! this hide the grey column on the left. have you tried it?

the ColumnHeadersVisible property hide/show the column's headers
the RowHeadersVisible property hide/show the row's headers

try it and let me know. i've tried it and it works fine.

the edge
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Sorry man, misread your comment and used columnHEadersVisible :)
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