Is it possible to make gridviews display 2 rows instead of 1 per entry?

I'm using visual studio 2005 and I want to have a grid view that is multiple rows because otherwise the gridview is just too long and goes off the page. Is it possible to do so?

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One possible solution is to have a single column gridview, and convert the column to a template field.
Then you could create a two-row table in the template field.
The main downside is that it limits your sorting ability for each column.

Psuedo code:
<asp:Gridview id="gvExample" runat="server" ...>
                   <table cellpadding="4" width="100%">
                           <td> row one stuff </td>
                           <td> row two stuff </td>

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renet123Author Commented:
I actually had considered doing that, but I really don't want to lose sorting. I was hoping there was a way to display both titles of the columns in the header and each is clickable and sortable. Know what I mean? Any help or if it's just not possible, please let me know.

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