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Get DataGridView Column Name

Posted on 2008-06-11
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Hi,
How do i get the 'name' of a DataGridView Column?

Ive tried:
Dim myColumn as DataGridViewColumn
myColumn = DataGridView.Column.Item("Column Name")

No such luck!
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Question by:hqpsystems
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by:apeter
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Try below.

dataGridView.Columns[0].Name ' change the columns index to get appropriate name
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rachitkohli earned 50 total points
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dataGridView1.Columns(0).Name will give you the column name

but based on a cell, if you want a column name, use :
DataGridView1.Columns(DataGridView1.Item(2, 1).ColumnIndex).Name
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