Printing a gridview with an empty colum

Posted on 2011-05-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have a gridview displayed on our intranet site that contains 8 columns of data. How can I print that gridview, but only show 2 columns of data, and then a third blank row. We will need these for meetings to write notes.
Question by:General_GSpot
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    Expert Comment

    does ur grid support paging?

    if yes than make page size 2 and goto last page and add a new blank row
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    Author Comment

    yes it does, but I wanted an empty column. I have a job number column, a job name column, and then I want a blank column on the printout to write notes for each job that we are discussing. make sense?
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    Accepted Solution

    When printing, you can add the column to the DataTable which is the source of the grid and grid will show the empty column.


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