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Default Binding Navigator in Ch 22

I found that the Binding Navigator control positioned itself on top of the field title row in both EX22_03 and EX22_05, as shown in Figure 22-19.

To obtain the correct layout, e.g. as shown in Figure 22-26, the answer was to click the Binding Navigator in a grey area, away from the controls, and use the pop-up menu to 'Send to Back.' (Unless I missed it, the text did not explain this.)

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