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Controlling 2 DataGridViews with 1 scrollbar

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I have 2 DataGridViews. The first one is used as a Header for Columns only and the second one is used for the data. Is it possible to control both Grids scrolling features using one scrollbar (preferably the grid used for data)?

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I don't do many Window Forms applications anymore, so here is a reference that may (or may not) be useful:

DatagridView Tricks
http://www.samuelbosch.com/2009/08/datagridview-tricks.html
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Thanks, that's exactly what I was looking for!
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