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with VB.Net: When using a DataViewGird,and entering text into a column and then tabbing or clicking another column and if the data entered is not what it should be, how do I give a message, and keep focus on that column.
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Éric Moreau

8/22/2022 - Mon
Éric Moreau

You can use the CellValidating event of the grid, and if the validation fails, set e.Cancel = true to stay in that cell
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Thank you for your answer, however

Sorry, but the answer does not give me enough detail.  I am not that familiar with Vb.Net and would like a more detailed example of the events and the code.

Jack
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Thank you very much Eric, I appreciate the answer and the quit response.
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