ErrorProvider prevents form from closing

Looking at MSDN sample SplitContainer I found that ErrorProvider control doesn't allow to close owner form if there is some error. For example, if I type non-numeric string to the Splitter Width editbox, form cannot be closed.
In typical dialog I would like to prevent it from closing using OK button, if there is error, and allow to close using Cancel or Close button in any case. How can I do this?
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You can force the edit to complete, which undoes the user's last edit.

Get a reference to the BindingManager and then call EndEdit

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AlexFMAuthor Commented:
Well, actually I found that this not ErrorProvider, this is because of e.Cancel = true in Validating event.
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