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First figure out which device is causing the problem. It can be DVDhow do I remove the sub text - 2.gif, VCR, TV etc. Whichever device it is: access menu of that device, scroll down looking for CC, Caption, Closed Caption(or similar) if none of these exist go to audio or video menus and look there for same. Press select and change

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The most common multidimensional array, the two dimensional array table, is best presented to your users in row and column format. The grid control offers a convenient way for you to display table data to your users. The users can navigate the table's values using scrollbars. Therefore, the grid control does not have to be as large as the table, because the grid control automatically displays scrollbars.
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Call CenterCells



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Here is the final result:
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