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VB.Net - DataGrid GetChanges

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I am interested in finding changes the User has made in a DataGrid to a particular column.
Here is what I have so far at the Row level.  Is it possible to drill deeper and get changes made to a particular column?

Dim txtGLCodingTableChg As New DataTable
txtGLCodingTableChg = btnGetRecordsTable.GetChanges(DataRowState.Modified)
If Not IsNothing(txtGLCodingTableChg) Then

End If

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jimbo99999
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Thanks for the reference information. I will add it to the library.
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