Enables header areas to be painted manually.
public event PivotCustomDrawHeaderAreaEventHandler CustomDrawFieldHeaderArea
Public Event CustomDrawFieldHeaderArea As PivotCustomDrawHeaderAreaEventHandler
The CustomDrawFieldHeaderArea event's data class is PivotCustomDrawHeaderAreaEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|Appearance||Gets the painted element's appearance settings. Inherited from PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.|
|Area||Gets a value which specifies the header area currently being painted.|
|Bounds||Gets the bounding rectangle of the painted element. Inherited from PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.|
|Graphics||Gets an object used to paint an element. Inherited from PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.|
|GraphicsCache||Gets an object which specifies the storage for the most used pens, fonts and brushes. Inherited from PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.|
|Handled||Gets or sets whether an event was handled, if it was handled the default actions are not required. Inherited from PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.|
|ThreadSafeArgs||Gets an event parameter that provides thread-safe access to event data.|
The event data class exposes the following methods:
|DefaultDraw()||Performs default painting of an element. Inherited from PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.|
The CustomDrawFieldHeaderArea event is raised before the header area is painted and allows it to be painted manually. The event parameter provides all the information necessary to paint an area. The PivotCustomDrawHeaderAreaEventArgs.Area property identifies the header area currently being painted.
Set the PivotCustomDrawEventArgs.Handled property to true to prohibit the default area painting.
Important Note: custom drawing of any kind is ignored when printing PivotGridControl.
To access event data while an asynchronous operation is being performed, use a thread-safe event parameter returned by the PivotCustomDrawHeaderAreaEventArgs.ThreadSafeArgs property. To learn more, see Asynchronous Mode.
Never change cell values or modify the control's layout on this event, or any other event designed to tune the control's appearance. Any action that causes a layout update can cause the control to malfunction.