I have a routine in my Form_Closing() Event that checks each control on my form that could change in value. If the value changes then a boolean variable is set in the controls Leave() Event. This isn't working real. Is there a better way to check if any values were changed. For example, if I load some data into some TextBox controls and the user changes some of it, what is the best and easiest way to flag that?
In order for Leave to work, you need to have recorded the original value somewhere. TextChanged is better suited for your task, because it won't be called if the value does not change. Just do not forget
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