What event will fire after moving to the next record in a database using vb.net?

I am using vb.net with Visual Studio 2015 and I need to find an event that will fire AFTER the next record has been made the current record in the connected database.

I am using the Binding NavigatorMoveNextItem_Click event to move to the next record. However, anything in that event subroutine fires/executes BEFORE moving to the next record.

I need to find an event that will fire/execute AFTER moving to the next record in the database. I want to do some updating on the new record after it becomes the active current record.

Is there such an event that fires AFTER the next record becomes the active/current record? If so what is the name of the event. If not, is there any sample code (in Visual Basic .Net) to do what I want to do?

Your help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks,
Robert Valentine
Bob ValentineCPA / Owner - Cellutionware SoftwareAsked:
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
Usually there's a data binding or data bound event on the control you are binding to.

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Bob ValentineCPA / Owner - Cellutionware SoftwareAuthor Commented:
Thank you Kyle.

I found the BindingSource_PositionChanged Event as shown below that fires AFTER a move to a different database record.

Private Sub TableDataBindingSource_PositionChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles TableDataBindingSource.PositionChanged

'Do Something

End Sub
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