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Databinding to multiple positions?

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I've got say 10 label controls on my windows form lined up in a column and I'd like the text in each one to be bound to data in my dataset. Obviously when I bind the label control text to the dataset and my binding position is set to say 0, all labels read the same text. Is it possible to bind label 1 to position 0, label 2 to position 1, label 3 to position 2 etc?
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Yes it is possible.

Follow this link

http://www.bluevisionsoftware.com/WebSite/Books/CustomControlsAndDesignersVB/Chapter6.pdf

It shows how databinding can be done on different columns of the datatable
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Brilliant! Just what I needed thanks
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