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Drag and drop cell content in one datagridView

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Hi,
I would like to provide users with drag and drop of cell(s) content inside one DatagridView...
It means that user can select one or multiple cells in datagridview and then do left mouse click
to copy the content of the selected cell(s) to different location inside datagridview by draging and droping.
I would appreciate if anybody can provide me with the solution for my issue...
I tried with google but nothing similar couldn't find...
And just one more as notification: I don't need rows to be moved but cell content inside datagridview...
Thank you very much in advance
Kind regards
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This is not exactly what you want but the concept is similar

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/cpp/DataGridView_Drag-n-Drop.aspx
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Thanks...
This one is maybe better one
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/grid/MultiEditDataGridView.aspx
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