After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Create a data grid view object on a Windows form, and use it to display a database table.
Sort database tables by column.
Change the format and color of cells in a data grid view object.
Add and remove columns and column headings.
Display multiple data tables and navigation bars on a form, and switch among them.
Permit changes in grid cells, and write updates to the underlying database.
In Chapter 18, you learned how to use Microsoft ADO.NET database programming techniques to establish a connection to a Microsoft Access database and display columns from the database in a Windows form. You also learned how to add a navigation bar to a form ...