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VB.net drag text into a DataGridView cell

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What VB.net code would I use to drop text into a specific DataGridView cell. Thanks
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where are you dragging the text from and what do youwant to do with the text once it is dropped on the datagridview?

You need to handle the DragDrop event of the DataGridView and use the e.Data which contains the text you have dropped on the datagridview (you can then allocate it to the cell values
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thans. your response led me in the right direction
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