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How do I write the code behind a normal button to act as a navigation
device for records on a form in vb 2005? ex. add new, next item, previous item etc.... I had no problem with vb6 Things are a little different now.

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Exploring BinidingNavigator and other data controls that are a new addition to VS 2005 will help you.

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