How to check value of Checkbox column property in DataGridView ?

Hi,
 
I have a DataGridView in my VB.Net 2005 project Form.  I do not set my DataSource for my DataGridView in Design mode but rather fill with a sql statement and set DataSource property in code.

What I did do in the Design View is to choose DataGridView Tasks and added a DataGridViewCheckBoxColumn.  This column appears in my DataGridView as the first column and I'm able to use the checkbox control but I can't figure out how to check this property for each row in my DataGridView ??

Thanks,
JMO9966
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JMO9966Author Commented:
I'm having trouble access the DataGridView Row and column indexes to check for my checkbox being check or not.

Any thoughts would be appreciated.

Thanks,
JMO9966
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planoczCommented:
I have a Listfview code that does checkboxes that might work better for your needs.
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JMO9966Author Commented:
Thanks do you have a sample of the code?

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