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Why is the DisplayedRowCount wrong in DGV?

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I have DGV that is actually displaying 49 rows on the form.  I have reduced the height of each row in order to display them all.  However, when I get the value from DisplayedRowCount, it says there are 32.  Does anyone know why they are different and how do I fix it?
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DisplayedRowCount  shows only the visible rows and not all the rows. If you want to get the number of rows in the datagridview you can use:
Me.DataGridView1.RowCount
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Yes, I know that, but the form is showing all 49 rows in the grid and the displayed count is wrong.  Why?
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Have you don this way to include also the parcial rows ?

Me.DataGridView1.DisplayedRowCount(True)
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I found my error. .....
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