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Formatting causes programing problems

I have used the data connection wizard to connect VB.NET to my Access database - the result is a success.  In the Access database I formated some values a currency but this formatting is not carried over to VB.NET.  So I formatted each text field so that it is formatted to display currency but now it will not write back to the database.  This is the code I used:

Private Sub editInitialOfferAmount_TextChanged(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles editInitialOfferAmount.TextChanged
        Dim decInitialOfferAmount As Decimal

        Me.Label1.Text = editInitialOfferAmount.Text
        decInitialOfferAmount = Label1.Text

        Me.editInitialOfferAmount.Text = decInitialOfferAmount.ToString("C")
End Sub

Thanks in advance.
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tuck1996
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SanclerCommented:
If your textboxes/labels are bound to your datatable, you would do better to use the Format and Parse functions to get the appearance that you want.  Here's a recent PAQ about that

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Programming_Languages/Dot_Net/VB_DOT_NET/Q_21777021.html

Roger
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tolgaongCommented:
When you change the actual database, you should reconfigure your dataadapter and recreate your typed datasets -if you have any.
This is a must because, when you create a dataadapter, it writes all the information of a field to your program (type, length, is auto increase, accepts null, etc)
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