Cell/Column Index for DataGridView versus DataTable?

For a DataGridView AND DataTable...does the column index always start with zero?
BlakeMcKennaAsked:
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
Yes it does . . . BUT note that they don't necessarily match (EG: sorting).
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BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
I thought so...just wanted to be sure!

Thanks Kyle
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BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
Kyle,

I did notice one thing in my DGV. I have several cells that are Invisible and noticed that it affects the column index.

For example, my dgv has 10 columns (0 - 9 index). Column 0 - 3 are Invisible. The initial value in column 11 is 73.6. After the dgv is setup (making columns 0 - 3 invisible), the value 73.6 is not in column 7.

Is there a way to maintain values and column indexes even though certain dgv columns are invisible?
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BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
The reason I ask is because my CellFormatting Even references the "e.ColumnIndex". This is where the column indexes are different.
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
There's something else going on there . . .   you can set the visible property on the indexed column itself:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb383893%28v=vs.90%29.aspx

Do you have auto generate columns set to false?
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BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
AutoGenerateColumns isn't set, which I assume defaults to False...
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BlakeMcKennaAuthor Commented:
I actually execute a procedure that defines the DGV.DataPropertyName (which is the same as the DataTable Column Names) and HeaderText...
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