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Hi,

I am using WPF data grid control in one of my project, I have a requirement, User has to be allowed to set the column width of his wish.
User can change the width of each column and saves, he has to get the same column width next time when he logs in again.
I need a solution with MVVM.

Thanks in advance
Rajeeva
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I had an issue like this once before
I will refer you to the article i used that will fulfill your requirements
the primary language is in C# but I was able to translate it into VB.NEt with little effort

http://www.bengribaudo.com/blog/2012/03/14/1942/saving-restoring-wpf-datagrid-columns-size-sorting-and-order
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