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Hi,

I'm new to C# and .Net architecture , so sorry about the silly question.... Shucks | :-\ .
I'm using a grid control in order to display data from the data base.
My problem is when the user press the CTRL+C in a specific cell in order to copy the data
to a different cell.
The result is that the new cell contain the data of the entire row , instead of the data of the copied cell.
note that if I use the mouse right click and "copy" <-> "paste" it is working fine.

My question is how can I capture the CTRL+C and CTRL+V with the keyboard?

With best regards,
Eli
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