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modify dataGridView Header

Posted on 2006-11-29
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I have my information appearing in my datagrid view, but in the header it shows the name of the columns, I would like to change the headers to what I would like for them to say !

could someone help please !
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Question by:prowebinteractive
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yourdataset.Columns("firstname").HeaderText = "First Name"

or

With yourdatagrid
          .Columns(0).HeaderText = "Your new column name"
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by:prowebinteractive
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I will try that, thanks

I also would like to append first name and last name that appear in 2 fields into 1 field
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by:maralans
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update yourDataSet
set FullName=CONCAT(Firstname, ' ',  LastName);
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sorry, but I dont understand, dataset ?????

do you have some sample code you could show me, im quite new at this vb stuff
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what is the property to change the order to which I see the information ?
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