I have a GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn (width: 175) within a GridView (width: 500). The GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn's DataSource is set to the result of a query selecting several columns (id, name, city, state). The GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn dislays multiple columns when the user clicks on the drop-down arrow. Since the GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn is made up of several columns (id, name, city, state), when the drop-down arrow is clicked on, and the listbox drops down, the column width of the GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn (175) is rather narrow and its hard to see the information contained in the columns.
Is it possible to change the width, currently 175, of the listbox that drops down for a GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn contained within a GridView, yet keep the width of the column (175) within the GridView without changing? If so, can you show me with code.
In other words, can I keep the control's width at 175, before and after the user clicks the drop-down arrow, but make it much wider, when they click on the drop-down arrow and the drop-down portion (or listbox aspect) of the GridViewMultiComboBoxColumn is accessible?