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Copy DataViewGrid contents to the Clipboard

Posted on 2009-04-07
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I can programmatically select the contents of a Data View Grid by using the following command:

        DataViewGrid1.select

Is there a one- or two-line piece of code that can be used to paste the selection to the clipboard, i.e. it emulates a user pressing [Control][C].?
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Use the Me.DataGridView1.GetClipboardContent().
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by:rlsokoloff
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You mean......

     DataViewGrid1.Select
     Clipboard.SetDataObject(Me.DataViewGrid1.GetClipboardContent)

This works.  Thank you.
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by:rlsokoloff
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It works with a more complete answer below......

     Clipboard.SetDataObject(Me.DataViewGrid1.GetClipboardContent)
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