troubleshooting Question

VB .NET 2003 Datatable trying to autosize column before assigning table to datagrid1.datasource

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Here is my code below, what can I do to autosize the columns?

Dim workTable As DataTable
        Dim workCol As DataColumn
        Dim TableCell As DataTable
        Dim tempRow As DataRow
        Dim mySplash As New Splash
        Dim Counter As Integer = 0

        workTable = New DataTable("TrueUp_Reporting")

        workTable.Columns.Add("Business Name")
        workTable.Columns.Add("LDC Account Number")
        workTable.Columns.Add("Rate Code")
        workTable.Columns.Add("Read Date", GetType(Date))
        workTable.Columns.Add("Therms", GetType(Double))
        workTable.Columns.Add("PGE Price", GetType(Double))
        workTable.Columns.Add("RDWD Est Price", GetType(Double))
        workTable.Columns.Add("RDWD Act Price", GetType(Double))

        Me.ProgressBar1.Minimum = 0
        Me.ProgressBar1.Maximum = Me.DS_TrueUpReporting.TrueUp_Reporting.Rows.Count

        For Counter = 0 To Me.DS_TrueUpReporting.TrueUp_Reporting.Rows.Count - 1

            Me.ProgressBar1.Value = Counter

            tempRow = workTable.NewRow

            tempRow(0) = Me.DS_TrueUpReporting.Tables("TrueUp_Reporting").Rows(Counter).Item("Name")


        Me.DataGrid1.DataSource = workTable

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