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 grid view objects on a form.
Permit changes in data grid view 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 and how to organize database ...