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ASP.net  GridView better spacing

Posted on 2014-02-13
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I dynamically add a GridView to my ASP.net web page and then populate it with a variety of data.
One example is shown in the image below. What VB.net code can I use to ensure better spacing of any data?

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What do you mean by "better spacing of any data" ?

Is it that if you want to have more space among data and rows-columns ?
If yes then you can use CSS for this OR just set cellpadding and cellspacing for rendered inner table.

Hope this will helps you.
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I may not understand well with you "better spacing". But, I conceive that something like the .NET UI Gridview would be helpful to your trouble. Anyway, some tutorial for .NET Gridview you'd better read first and get familiar with its funtions and properties.
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Thanks for the help
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