Visual Basic | Advanced DataGridViews exercise | DataGridView with extra controls

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Software ==> Visual Basic  (46 exercises)
Version ==> Any version of VB
Topic ==> Advanced DataGridViews  (2 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
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Create a data source for the Mortgage database in the above folder (if you haven't done so already).

Create a form called frmPersonWithDropDown to look like this:

Visual Basic 2010 exercise - Advanced DataGridViews (image 1)

The DataGridView includes a combobox and a button

The DataGridView should contain a combobox linked to the MortgageType table and a clickable command button (see below for what happens when you click on this).

When a user clicks on the Show button, your code should show the person's id and name (just to prove you can!):

Visual Basic 2010 exercise - Advanced DataGridViews (image 2)

Display the value of columns number 0 and 1 for the row you've clicked in

When all this is working to your satisfaction, close down the form.

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