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Do you have the full source for the binding navigator


as you can add a feature to filter

Rick W.

This is a poorly written article and it was written black box style. Reverse the code when you write for the web so we can type the code and follow along sequentially. No working example leads to a loss of confidence in you as a blogger and coder. Rick...


Rick W is totally right. Since I'm a beginner, I can't get it work. I've created additional methods for moving through records, but mu CVS doesn't have methods for manipulating -add, remove, delete.
Maybe complete code, plz?
A working BindingNavigator would be a big advantage to my application, and since I'm using Ribbon (Fluent) as well, this would be great!
The same for second part of this article...

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