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C form validating event not firing

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If the form code is defined within the Word add in, the validating and validated events run as expected - when the Ok button is clicked.

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SRZ030703000446) have provided this workaround which works well: Private Sub Text Box1_Validated(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. I tried looking at the Active Control in the "editor's" Validated event handler. Jacob Can you post the code in your scenario, i.e, where the click event fires after the validating event This strikes me as a fairly fundamental problem if it is a bug - how does one report it to Microsoft Technical Support Joe Thanks - stepping through in debug also seems to cause the problem. In the Button Click Handler, then, you'll place a call to the function. In effect, you're suggesting I use the Validating event handler on the textbox as the Click event handler for the button. This particular scenario works for me when I display the form using Show Dialog and return a Dialog Result in my button click handler. So, conceivably, you can pull out the code in the Button Click handler and place it in another fucntion. If something is wrong in user input I show a warning message. Cancel=true] to method the message is displayed twice (event fired twice). I want to stop the user moving from Text Box if enter some invalid data. Cancel=true then user can't move to other control until enter valid data. Dan "Mona" Hi Dan, Ensure that the focus is set to some other control when moving off text box control. Length Hello to all I'm handling the Validating event for one text box. If something is wrong in user input I show a warning message. Cancel=true] to method the message is displayed twice (event fired twice). If something is wrong in user input I show a warning message. Cancel=true] to method the message is displayed twice (event fired twice). Thanks Mona [Grape City] Hello to all I'm handling the Validating event for one text box. If something is wrong in user input I show a warning message. Cancel=true] to method the message is displayed twice (event fired twice).

Length Hi Dan, Ensure that the focus is set to some other control when moving off text box control. If the focus is not on some other control than text box but you try closing the form, this event will be fired twice, since the form performs the validation again. Length Hello to all I'm handling the Validating event for one text box. If something is wrong in user input I show a warning message. Cancel=true] to method the message is displayed twice (event fired twice).

Resume Layout(False) End Sub#End Region Private Sub Button1_Click(By Val sender As System. Private Sub Text Box1_Validating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System.

The button has Causes Validation=True): Private Sub Textbox Validating(By Val sender As Object, By Val e As System. I still have the problem that if I want to give my users the choice to continue or cancel as in the following example, I can't.

When the text in the txt Code control be more than 5 chars, the messagebox will show only once. Length See this private void txt Code_Validating(object sender, System.

When the text in the txt Code control be more than 5 chars, the messagebox will show only once.

I have the same scenario, but this workaround didn't help me.