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The headers are too big along with the details in the grid view.  How can I control the size of each row?  Right now, as more records are added to the grid view, it gets smaller and smaller.  If there is only a couple records (see attachment) the header and rows are huge.

Any ideas?

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Did you set the height of the control?  if you did, remove it, then the control will resize the height based on the content.  IF the height is set it will resize the content based on the height.
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Perfect, thanks!
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