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When I place a tool strip object on my form, it creates the "Add New", "Delete", & "Save Data" buttons. Where do I find the code that makes these buttons active? Since they are already created, I would like to add some code to add a little more app specific functionality.
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Start here and see if this helps...

http://en.csharp-online.net/ToolStrip
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I have to apologize, I meant when I drag it from the Data Sorces onto the form. Specifically I would like to add some extra warning functionality to the "Delete" button. I have found the code accidently in the past but I can't remember howI I did it.
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Didn't exactly give me the direction I was looking for but it eventually led me to where I needed to go.
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