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VB.net Resize table row heights and column widths manually

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Is it possible to have a table control on a Windows form where the user can manually resize
the row heights and column  widths manually?
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Question by:Murray Brown
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What sort of table do you mean? The standard DataGridView control will allow row/column resizing, if you're wanting to display tabular data.
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