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Disable resize Column/Rows of datagrid

Posted on 2006-10-24
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Does anyone have any suggestions on how to disable resize of column/rows of a datagrid using C# .Net (2003).

Thanks for any suggestions!
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The urls' that i have posted above in my commnet as solution definitely contains possible soultion for the questions asked.
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The urls' that i have posted above in my commnet as solution definitely contains possible soultion for the questions asked.

No, this url is completely useless. You may as well have posted a link to the MSDN and point that "it might contain a possible solution".
Shame on your pity answer and shame on the administrator "TheLearnedOne" who was also to lazy to take a look.
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