Help with DataGridView

Will someone please show me the code needed to maintain a Bound DataGridView. I have spent way to much time trying to figure this out. I've heard it's suppose to be very easy but when you don't have a clue. it's NOT very easy. Please show me events and code to where updates take place for adding, deleting and changing! I wish to be able to do all updates in the grid alone.

Thank you!
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Much easier to use visual studio, drag a datagrid to the page and edit the properties, adding those functionalities is a simple click select option.
BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
I figured it out!

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BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
Why is this still pending. I can't get help with other issues as long as I have outstanding questions. Please resolve this or I will be forced to cancel my subscription!
BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
"To cancel this request and generate a request for Moderator review, state your reason for objecting in the standard comment box and click the 'Object' button. This question will be closed on 10/10/2013 if there are no objections."

I did give a reason!!!
BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
Because nobody had a solution.
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