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Default Custome RowHeaderCell Class for DataGridView

Hello!

I'm looking for an example how to customize the default RowHeaderCell of . I
want to display icons instead of the '*', pencil and arrow symbols and add
some extra functionality.

I think I have to derive from the DataGridViewRowHeaderCell class and
override the paint method. Can any one send me code for this if possible.

Second, I was wondering how to change the row header in a datagridview so it
doesn't use the default cell but my derived class?

Thanks for you help!

/PRash






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