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How can I suppress the record selector column or resize it in a datagridview?

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I want to resize or eliminate the "record selector column" in a datagridview in a VB.Net project in VS2012.

By record selector column I mean the left-hand most column where you can click without clicking in data.  It's resizable at run time, but I need to know how to suppress or size to 0 at design time.

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DataGridView1.RowHeadersVisible = False 'hide
DataGridView1.RowHeadersWidth = 15 'change width

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You can change these properties either from code or from design view
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