All your insertions, updates, and deletions will be effected by the single button.
You will typically call the programmatic resizing methods at specific times.
Now is there a way to return back which row in the data grid it is or just highlight that row? You original post should actually be filtering the datagridview to only show those records with the barcode of your text box. While running the users can see what the decision was by looking at this datagridview.
Do you want to just jump to/highlight that row instead of actually using the filter?? Everytime a new barcode came in the datagridview would add another row which would be added to the top since the data was sorted by time.
It is also useful to provide initial sizes for user-resizable rows, columns, and headers, and for column fill mode.
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