DataGridViewRowPrePaintEventArgs.PaintCellsBackground(Rectangle, Boolean) Method

Definition

Paints the cell backgrounds for the area in the specified bounds.

public:
 void PaintCellsBackground(System::Drawing::Rectangle clipBounds, bool cellsPaintSelectionBackground);
public void PaintCellsBackground (System.Drawing.Rectangle clipBounds, bool cellsPaintSelectionBackground);
member this.PaintCellsBackground : System.Drawing.Rectangle * bool -> unit
Public Sub PaintCellsBackground (clipBounds As Rectangle, cellsPaintSelectionBackground As Boolean)

Parameters

clipBounds
Rectangle

A Rectangle that specifies the area of the DataGridView to be painted.

cellsPaintSelectionBackground
Boolean

true to paint the background of the specified bounds with the color of the SelectionBackColor property of the InheritedStyle; false to paint the background of the specified bounds with the color of the BackColor property of the InheritedStyle.

Exceptions

RowIndex is less than zero or greater than the number of rows in the DataGridView control minus one.

Remarks

Use the PaintCellsBackground method when you draw the DataGridViewRow and its cells' contents yourself. If you manually paint the entire row and its cells' contents, set the HandledEventArgs.Handled property to true. When HandledEventArgs.Handled is true, the CellPainting and RowPostPaint events do not occur.

Applies to

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