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C# .NET 4.5 WPF DataGrid display data

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Hi,

I have a datagrid that display two columns of data and 32 rows. The data displays fine in my application. What I was wondering was if there was a way to display the datagrid across 6 columns rather than 2?

Ie currently I have the two fields like this,

Name     Select

What I would like is the data displayed,

Name     Select     Name      Select     Name     Select

Is this possible?

Thanks,
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Gautham Janardhan earned 500 total points
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this will need changes to ur data structure,, what are u trying to acheive, utilse screen space ? one way is use multiple grids and 3 instead of one and divide the data among them
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you could use a stored procedure to produce a table with the six columns and then display them in a datagrid through WPF.
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