URGENT! VB.NET - Need To Populate A DataGridViewComboBoxColumn With Values From Another DataGridViewComboBoxColumn

I have a DataGridView which has four DataGridViewComboBox columns.  When the user selects the first DataGridViewComboBox column value, I want the second DataGridViewComboBox column to be filled based on the parameters sent  by the first DataGridComboBoxColumn. Likewise the same going from the second DataGridViewComboBox column to the third and then the third DataGridViewComboBox column to the fourth.

How should I get started?

Thanks!
Eric BurtonSr.ProgrammerAsked:
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Ess KayEntrapenuerCommented:
double click the first drop down

it should open a new function (on_changed_datagriddropdownsomething)

in that function, you will run code to populate the next drop down, based on

selectedcolumn1.value


and so on

hope that helps
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
DirectCast(dgv.Columns("NameOfDestinationColumn"), DataGridViewComboBoxColumn).DataSource = DirectCast(dgv.Columns("NameOfSourceColumn"), DataGridViewComboBoxColumn).DataSource
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Eric BurtonSr.ProgrammerAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your input.  I decided to bind the column to a DataTable and use an OracleDataAdapter along with the DataGridView.CellEnter event to populate the DataGridViewComboBox.
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
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