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Default VB.Net question on Windows VB.Net datagrids

How can I loop through the rows/cells of a datagrid and
depending on certain criteria - change the background
color of individual rows/cells within the datagrid ?

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Hi there,

Look at the DataGrid.Items collection. It returns a collection of DataGridItem objects (which derive from TableRow).

You can then do something like this:

For Each myItem As DataGridItem in MyDataGrid.Items
  ' Work with myItem here. For example, get a reference to cell 1
  ' And set its BG color
  myItem.Cells(0).BackColor = Color.Black
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