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I would transform the data from the grid into a memory resident DataTable. Then I would filter the data with the value from the form field by setting the RowFilter property of the DefaultView object of the DataTable and repopulate the grid with the results.
Another approach would be to iterate the rows of the grid and based on the form field value hide those rows that do not meet the filter criteria.
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