It had the beginnings of what finally got me to the solution, but I didn't think the example they gave was very appropriate. In the Cell Mouse Up, you check the column for the event, and when it is a Check Box column, you can see what the new value for the Check Box.
However, the Data Grid View is always one click behind.
It is critical that the string is updated at the time of the click.
Selection Change Committed, _ New Event Handler(Address Of Combo Start Editing) End Sub Protected Overloads Overrides Sub Edit(By Val source As Currency Manager, _ By Val row Num As Integer, By Val bounds As Rectangle, By Val read Only1 As Boolean, _ By Val instant Text As String, By Val cell Is Visible As Boolean) My Base.
New() Column Combo Box = New No Key Up Combo Add Handler Column Combo Box.
How do I force the Data Grid View to update on the click? To do what I want, Help says to handle the Current Cell Dirty State Changed event, & that this event manually calls the Cell Value Changed event. To 13598, I tried your suggestion too, but to no avail. Value = If(is Checked, "Yes", "No") I don't recall how I changed the code & I've deleted all my tinkering, but the error was something about expecting an expression. Like I said before, I didn't understand what the code was trying to do, so maybe I didn't flesh out the code correctly for what I wanted to accomplish.