Rownumber from DataRow

This is probably a fairly simple question which I cannot seem to recall the answer.  I have a Datarow which I have pulled from a datagrid by using the following command:

(dtInfoSchema is a datatable)
dr = dtInfoSchema.Rows.Find(obj);

What I would like to know is which row from within the datagrid this datarow was positioned at.  How can I find out which row number in the datagrid this row is positioned at?  I need to know so that I can make a specific cell active and selected at that row number.

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//Obtaining Current DataTable Row for a DataGrid >

// finding the index for a specific row  < from link below >

                intRow = ds.Tables[0].DefaultView.Find(txtFindArg.Text);

This link provides some good examples and complete info on getting the specific index of a datarow in a datatable  >

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