Here is the code for customer Form:using System; using System.
Forms; namespace Lewis_Warby_Airbrushing using System; using System.
This article was written based upon Visual Studio 2008.
Some of the features are new for Visual Studio 2008 and might be different in Visual Studio 2010.
You will need to use a database; either a SQL Server or an Access database will work.
You can install SQL Server Express or SQL Server Compact Edition for free if you don't have SQL Server installed.
When you use data-bound controls, you sometimes have to respond to changes in the data source when the data source does not raise list-changed events.There is abundant opportunity to customize this, but most of the basics are done for us.First decide what database table you want to do this for.You can also build this example in Visual Studio by pasting the code into a new project.Also see How to: Compile and Run a Complete Windows Forms Code Example Using Visual Studio.For more information about the data sources supported by the Data Grid View control, see Data Grid View Control Overview.