.Net form coding grid formatting

I am working in a system called Syteline 8.03 and it always form scripting using .Net code.

I am slowly trying to learn it, but am a long way from being any good, so I am wondering if some one can help me with some formatting.
I have a secondary grid on the from called (grid2)  I want to remove the grid lines around it and the row counter on the far left.  

The grid is made up of 1 row and will only be 1 row, it is  total row for another grid on the same form.

How would I do this?
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Easwaran ParamasivamCommented:
Well. In the Grid set the property GridLines = none to avoid showing borders. Alternatively you can create a CSS class and apply to the grid accordingly.

To display the row count you can create a footer and show the value accordingly.

I gave the way to achieve. Please google for more examples.

HTH.
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BufflAuthor Commented:
Thank you for the information, and I had this over view from the research I have been doing.  But, I was really hoping more for concise command so I can use it to learn how to do things.

Thanks,
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Easwaran ParamasivamCommented:
You mean you look for exact code?
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BufflAuthor Commented:
Yes I was looking for the exact code, but found it when I found some training videos on form design.

Thanks for the responses.
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