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How to stop user from changing row height of datagrid?

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As above. How do I set it so that it cannot be edited? It is doable for the datagrid columns, but however there seems to be no such thing for rows!
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if you are talking about the datagridview winforms control, then you can set "AllowUserToResizeRows" to false to prevent them resizing the row height.
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