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Using table styles with datagrid in .net compact edition

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Is it possible to format a datagrid that is bound to a collection class when using the compact framework?

The datagrid automatically picks up the properties of my object, but some of them need to be removed from the grid other columns need to be widened.

All the examples I have seen have been for the full framework (using table styles) and dont seem to work on the compact version. Has anyone done this, can you supply sample vb.net code?
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tablestyles are supported by the compact framework. so they can be used to format your columns (setting the width to 0 will remove the column from site.

Look here

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dnppc2k3/html/datagrid_control.asp
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