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datagridview parent-child display

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I have a DGV in a winform that I need to display a parent-child relationship in a special manner.  Let's say we have 20 columns in the grid.  Is there any way to display the child fields in columns 1 through 12 and the parent fields in columns 13 through 20 in the same row?  If so, what happens in the grid when I add more rows to the child?
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The DataGridView does not natively support the parent-child relationship that you are describing.  The Infragistics UltraWinGrid supports banding, though...
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