Check out the following documentation:
Once you properly identify the grid object, you can reference values within the grid using the wValue property of the grid, passing in row and column values. For loops work well for traversing a grid, going through all the rows to check the values in a particular column. If you know what row and column you want to check, you don't even need a for loop.
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I am in initial stages of learning Test complete . would you please send me an example code to address this issue .
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If you go to the link that @tristaanogre sent and click on each of the property names, there are code samples there.
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