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I flailed with all of the above suggestions and finally discovered that making the panel containing the Data Grid View narrower than the form solved the problem. I'll leave the question open for a bit in the hope of a better solution.
My problem was that my vertical scrollbar disappeared completely. But it's not very pretty, it causes an annoying little flicker, and it might fire some events which I'd have to deliberately ignore. As the slider was not sizing correctly and took up most of the vertical scrollbar my solution was - DGV.height = DGV. Perform Layout which also solves the problem I found your post while searching for a fix for the issue I was having. Auto Size To All Headers) Dim dgv Column Header Style As New Data Grid View Cell Style() dgv Column Header Style. Also, this link suggests the same workaround (explicitly enabling...) and calls it working. Height - 1 Then the slider was correctly sized But I now use DGV.We will include Access Services and Access Web Apps in the next version of Share Point Server.
Access Web Apps and Access Services will continue to be supported in all current versions of on-premises Share Point servers for the remainder of the product lifecycle. ACCDB files) will not be impacted by this decision. Auto Resize Row Headers Width(Data Grid View Row Headers Width Size Mode. Column Headers Default Cell Style = dgv Column Header Style Data Grid View1. Will try the workarounds described here and at this link (explicitly enable the scrollbars again) or simply keep the whole DGV enabled.