Thank-you for the response Dimitri. To explain a little more my situation, The grid is on a form that is a child to a parent form. Now if I add a button on the child form, all works well. The problem is that the click actio is coming from the parent form. I found a work around for the AddNew. I basically add a new row to the binded Dataset then call the grid.Rows.AddNew() and it adds a new row to my grid, which is actually the wanted behavior.
My new problem is trying to do the same with an Edit click on the parent form(in a menu). I found that you can turn the edit of a cell on or off on the CellClick action, but I need to know how, and if it's even possible, to find the index of the cell that is clicked. I would like to use this code, unless you know of a better way:
Thanks again for your help,