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Unbinding a datagrid (vs2003 winform)?

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Hi there,

Does anybody know if its possible and how to Unbind a datagrid..

Hence if i currently have my datagrid  binded like so ...

uxmyDataGrid.SetDataBinding(myDataSet, "Record");

If there a way to unbind it, hence to clear it.....

Thanks in advacne

Ian
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dataGrid.DataSource=null;
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thanks

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welcome .. ;)
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