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This will allow that control to gain focus without firing the Validating event on the text box that the user is leaving. You can read about all the gory details of Causes Validation and validating in this thread: (watch for line wrap on the URL) The bottom line is that Causes Validation will (with a few caveats) solve your problem by preventing your Validating event handler from being called (sort of... I would have though that the lines in the Entering handlers would have been sufficient. Doesn't it work to simply set Causes Validation to "false" on both text boxes and then set it to "true" for all other controls, and not manipulate it at all in the event handlers?

like I said, read the other link), so you don't have to test for which control has focus in your Validating event handler. In theory this should cause the behaviour you describe: you can move freely between the text boxes, but trying to send focus to any other control will cause both text boxes' Validating events to fire (assuming that you've visited both). Setting the Causes Validation of the other textbox is not necessary for the logic between the two textboxes.

I have some code that checks and makes sure that when the users enters in the field an integer from 1 - 10 has to be input.

This will allow that control to gain focus without firing the Validating event on the text box that the user is leaving. You can read about all the gory details of Causes Validation and validating in this thread: (watch for line wrap on the URL) The bottom line is that Causes Validation will (with a few caveats) solve your problem by preventing your Validating event handler from being called (sort of...

Then, there will be short presentations from a few stakeholders, sharing their views of the challenges enterprises face when verifying that their purchased computing devices’ internal components are genuine and have not been altered during the manufacturing and distribution process or after sale from a retailer.

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For example, you can check whether the entered text contains only appropriate characters or if a numeric value falls into a predefined range, etc.

If you need to provide a validation error text for an in-place editor within a data-aware control (Data Grid, Tree List, etc.), do not modify the Base Edit.

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