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How to determine in which row and column of the datagridview the mouse pointer is in the datagridview mousedown event?
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by:MuhammadAdil
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Hi dear

see this sample code

private void myDataGridView_MouseDown(object sender, MouseEventArgs e)
        {
            int ColumnIndex =myDataGridView.SelectedColumns[0].Index;  // Selected Column Index
            int RowIndex = myDataGridView.SelectedRows[0].Index;  // Selected Row Index
        }

Regards

Adil
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by:michellechan57
ID: 16974844
Hi

Thanks for responding.
The sample code returns the selected row and column.
I wanted to get the row and column at point (e.X,e.Y).
Any idea?
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by:michellechan57
ID: 16975009
I managed to find a solution:

DataGridView.HitTestInfo myHit = dataGridView1.HitTest(e.X, e.Y);
if (myHit.Type == DataGridViewHitTestType.Cell)
{
    // select row == myHit.RowIndex;
}

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