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C# How to get DataGridViewCellEventHandler in code via Designer

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I have a form which I created via the designer in VS 2008. In my form I have a DataGridView control with some columns in it. Basically whay I am trying to do is implement a DataGridViewCellEventHandler for the CellValueNeeded method via the designer.

I know if one double clicks with in the contorl designer automatically creates a xxx_CellContentClick method in the form's control.cs file along with the DataGridViewCellEventHandler callback in the xxxControlDesigner.cs file.

I want to add DataGridViewCellEventHandlers for CellValueNeeded, CellValuePushed, ColumnHeaderMouseClick and etc.

I thought you where not suppose to directly alter the xxxControlDesinger.cs file so how do these DataGridViewCellEventHandlers end up there that I have seen in other code?

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When you add an event from the designer the appropiate handlers are added for you. Select the Datagridview and in properties change the view to events and then double click. VS will then add the handlers as appropiate

Michael
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Perfect, thanks.
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