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datagrid view cell border colors in windows forms

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hello all ,
I am trying to set the color of the datagridview border but i can't find the property , i can only change the color of the forecolor and the background , any help ?
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger) earned 500 total points
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Unless your create your own classes for the cells, I do not think that you can do it on individual cells, but at the grid level, you simply change the GridColor property of the DataGridView.
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