datagridview/dataset ?

I'm loading a datagridview from a dataset and making edit's/adds/deletes to the datagridview and the dataset is getting updated properly but I cannot seem to figure out how the .DATAROWSTATE in the dataset gets changed to .modified - all rows in the dataset keep coming back "ADDED" IN THE ROW STATE? .HasChanges is true??

What can I do to the dataset to change the .rowstate in the dataset??
MBHEY131Asked:
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
After loading the data, call the AcceptChanges method on the DataTable.

If you have only one DataTable in your DataSet, you do not need a DataSet. You might want to read my article on the subject.

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MBHEY131Author Commented:
I WENT THE datagridview way in the showingeditcontrol or something like that - i needed a form level variable and all indexes on the view in the keypress event I just set IsDirty to true vary little code and so far so good! thanx for the article I will read it and keep it in mind
MBHEY131Author Commented:
yeah - I read your article and I know that (NOW), I came from Foxpro 2.6, to VB 6.0 and now at VS 2012 - I was fairly proficient in 2.6 and did  a couple of small projects in 6.0 - I am updating my old foxpro 2.6 to vs 2012 and have about 15000 lines of code that can be easily condensed in half now that I am familiar with classes, structures, data sets,tables,bases but I don't think my customers will give me much more time for the upgrades - thanx a lot for the info.
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