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Can someone give me some direction on what to use for an Excel Type listview.  I need something that is editable and in a grid format like Excel.  The user will be able to add as many lines or rows as they want and edit the columns individually.  The data must be able to be grabbed off the form once a Submit function is initiated.  

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Jaime Olivares earned 1500 total points
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sounds like you need a datagridview.
Is it webforms or winforms?
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Yep!!!  That's what I ended up using.  Pretty nice object.  Do you know off hand if I can limit the amount of rows that can be used?  
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