Gridview print

Posted on 2011-05-04
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
I have a gridview with about 10 rows, but would like to print out 2 rows of data and a third blank for making notes with during a meeting. what would be the best way to accomplish this?
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    I worded this wrong, sorry. I have a gridview with ten columns, but I just want to print out 3 columns, two filled with data from the dataset, and one empty so we can write notes in that column while in a meeting. Does this make sense?
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    That's not a wording problem :-) Row vs Column!

    You can add a column to the datatable before binding to grid.
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    Well, I meant Column and wrote row! So just call a different datatable with the new parameters?

    I'll try that now, thanks.

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