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I have a program where i call fields from my access database to a datagridview.  How do i set the width of the fields on the datagridview?

 sSql = "SELECT ID as [Record #], Status, AppOwner, Application, Request, IntakePortalLink, Notes FROM PackagingRequests"
        

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Datagridview.Columns(Column_Index).Width=Integer_Number_of_Pixels

like this in your case
Datagridview.Columns(0).Width=60
Datagridview.Columns(1).Width=60
Datagridview.Columns(2).Width=120
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worked perfect.  thank you!
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Always welcome
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