I've got a database table of employees and want the user to be able to edit the data for an employee. I don't want them to edit the employee data in a data grid because there's more columns than I care to display. I really just want to add an "Edit" hyperlink or button on each row so that the user can click the button on each that submits the form with the associated employeeID and hopefully carry forward a couple of hidden form fields that are in the form. The "Extensive Examination of a DataGrid Web Control" part 3 (http://aspnet.4guysfromrolla.com/articles/042402-1.aspx) seems to be in the ballpark of what I need, but it stops short of identifying the row that was clicked in such a way that I would know an employeeID. I've putzed around and managed to get the selectedIndex, but that just gives me the datagrid row, nothing about the associated employee ID.<BR><BR>I managed to put an edit link to pass the URL parameter, but that doesn't give me my hidden form fields. I was hoping for a button that would SUBMIT the form, identifying the dataGrid selectedItem where I could pull employeeID from one of the columns.<BR><BR>Should I be using something other than a data grid to make this easier? If this is an appropriate use of the data grid, can somebody please direct me to documentation or a discussion that addresses putting a button on each line to that will submit the form passing the selected item similar to a drop down list?