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VB.net DataGridView that moves to same scroll point as another

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Hi

In VB.net I have two DataGridViews with exactly the same columns that I want to stay exactly in line. In other words, when one moves, I want the other to move programatically to the same point. Thanks
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Tips and trics for datagridview
http://gissolved.blogspot.com/2009/08/datagridview-tricks.html



To synchronize the scrolling of two DatagridViews you should subscribe to the Scroll event of the two Datagridviews and add the following code. What it does is equalizing the first row index and the scrolled horizontal offset. I did set the FirstDisplayedScrollingRowIndex because the VerticalScrollingOffset is a readonly property.

private void dataGridViewA_Scroll(object sender, ScrollEventArgs e)
{
    dataGridViewB.FirstDisplayedScrollingRowIndex = dataGridViewA.FirstDisplayedScrollingRowIndex;
    dataGridViewB.HorizontalScrollingOffset = dataGridViewA.HorizontalScrollingOffset;
}

private void dataGridViewB_Scroll(object sender, ScrollEventArgs e)
{
    dataGridViewA.FirstDisplayedScrollingRowIndex = dataGridViewB.FirstDisplayedScrollingRowIndex;
    dataGridViewA.HorizontalScrollingOffset = dataGridViewB.HorizontalScrollingOffset;
}
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by:Murray Brown
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thanks very much
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