Figure 64 Edit Columns Dialog in Visual Studio .NET

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Figure 65 Add Column Dialog
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The Edit Columns dialog lets you add and remove columns, set the order of the columns within the grid, and set all the design-time properties for a defined column in a focused dialog The properties shown in the dialog will be tailored based on whether the column is a bound or unbound column, and will expose additional properties based on the column type and cell type If you define custom column types and include them in your project, they will show up as options for new columns or for configuring columns through this dialog The Add Column dialog (see Figure 65) lets you add a new data-bound or unbound column to the grid If you are adding a data-bound column, you can select from the columns available in the currently selected data source You will first have to set the data source to an appropriate collection of data either through the Smart Tag or through the DataSource property in the Properties window If you are adding an unbound column, then you just specify the name of the column, the type of the column, and the header text When you click the Add button, the column is added to the grid, and the dialog remains open so you can quickly define multiple new columns Configuring the columns through these dialogs writes all the code for you that has been covered earlier in this chapter for defining columns and controlling their runtime behavior The Enable Adding check box on the DataGridView Smart Tag sets the AllowUserToAddRows property to true if checked, which displays a new empty row at the bottom of the grid This lets users add a new row to the data collection by typing new values into the cells The ability to support this depends on whether the grid is data bound, and, if so, whether the underlying object collection supports adding new items to the collection (see the discussion in 7) Likewise, the Enable Editing check box sets the ReadOnly property, which affects whether users can edit the contents of the grid in place, and Enable Deleting sets the AllowUserToDeleteRows property The Enable Column Reordering check box sets the AllowUserToOrderColumns property, whose behavior is described in the next section The Dock in parent container link is only available if you first drag and drop a grid control onto a form It does exactly what it saysit simply sets the Dock property to Fill In addition to the common properties and behaviors that you can configure through the Smart Tag, there are a bunch of other properties and events that you can configure at design time through the Properties window Setting any of these properties generates appropriate code in the designer-generated partial class for the form in the InitializeComponent method Most notably, you can configure any of the data-binding properties through the Properties window You'll probably want to set styles using the Properties window, because you can preview the results of those settings in the designer to make sure you are getting what you expect Styles are discussed in more detail at the end of this chapter
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Column reordering is a slick built-in behavior of the grid that lets users change the display order of columns in the grid at runtime Because different users of an application often pay more attention to some columns in a grid than others, users commonly request to set the order of the columns displayed in the grid themselves While you could support this functionality by programmatically removing columns from the grid and then inserting them back in the new position, that requires a fair amount of tedious code to have to write for a common use case So the Windows Client team was nice enough to build functionality for this right into the grid control The way this works is that if the AllowUserToOrderColumns property is set to true and the user clicks and drags on a column header, the grid lets them drag and drop the column to the position where they would like it to display The columns to the right of the drop position will move one position to the right, and the columns surrounding the original location of the dragged column will move to be adjacent after the column has been moved Figure 66 shows this in action In this case, the QuantityPerUnit column was clicked on and is being dragged to the left A gray box is drawn the size of the column's header cell you are dragging When you move the cursor to one side of another column, the border between that column and the adjacent one darkens, indicating where the column you are dragging will be placed if you release the mouse button
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