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Vb.Net DataGridView - leading zeros missing

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I have windows .net program that pulls information from a stored procedure within SQL and display on datagridview.  My column with the leading zeros is missing all the zeros.

When I run the query, it's showing up with the leading zeros.  So how can I set it so that my datagridview also display the zeros?  Is there a formatting to the column that I can treat it as a text field instead of numeric or something else?
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Awesome.  Thank you.
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