Vb.Net 2005 BindingNavigator... Please Heeeeeeeeeelp

Posted on 2006-05-05
Last Modified: 2008-02-01
hi all
i have a prblem in using the new control " BindingNavigator " comes with 2005
the problem is i want to see the code for each button in the  BindingNavigator  , like moveNext,MovePrevios... buttons... etc
i know i can add a code to these buttons but i need the "thier built in code"
, the problem is when i add some code to a button on  BindingNavigator say "Move next" , my code execute FIRST before the built in code execute , my situiation require that the "built in code"  for movenext button must execute First and then my code execute
how can i do that
Question by:ali_alannah
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