If you look at the datagrid view properties you can set Header properties and alternating row properties
At runtime use soemthing liek
If dgvShowAll.Item(0, iRow).Value = 1 Then
dgvShowAll.Rows(iRow).DefaultCellStyle.BackColor = Color.DarkBlue
dgvShowAll.Rows(iRow).DefaultCellStyle.ForeColor = Color.White
If dgvShowAll.Item(0, iRow).Value = 2 Then
dgvShowAll.Rows(iRow).DefaultCellStyle.BackColor = Color.LightBlue
Thank you! Your solution makes much sence. I found another easiest way to get around that, which was to manipulate the alternatingRow property straight from the property window. And for the header I used
me.dtgrdResults.Header(index).HeaderText = "Header text"
'index is any nr from 0 to the total nr of columns -1 of the grid
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