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    Cool [2005] transferring to different form

    Hi,
    I have a project with two forms; I want to close the first and open the second (bringing 3 variable values to the second). I thought what I needed to do was: DataForm.Show() and the second form would display; apparently I am wrong. Any help would be appreciated. TIA

    Paul
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    Re: [2005] transferring to different form

    Here is a 4 part article about working with multiple forms. This should help you out.
    Visual Studio Team Edition 2005
    GDI+ Links: Bob Powell VB.Net Heaven
    API Links: All API Pinvoke.Net
    VB6 to VB.Net: Visual Basic 6 to .NET Function Equivalents (Thread)

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    Re: [2005] transferring to different form

    May want to check this one to:

    http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=397851

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    Re: [2005] transferring to different form

    Modify the New() constructor of the second form to accept the three values as parameters, that way you just pass in the values when you declare a new instance of the form ...

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