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EASY - How to StartUp from different Form

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Easy question that makes me feel embarassed!

I created this big application and now want to use a Splash Screen. I have the simple
code for that, BUT..................
How do I tell VB5 to load the Splash Screen as if it were Form1, instead of the Main Form?
 I just want to change which one loads first!
Sounds simple, but I can't find reference to it.
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Tools, Options , then

Project - start up form
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by:jgore
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Duh...  ;-)  ....Thanks!
I can't beleive I spent 30 minutes going through all the menus and
online CD books and couldn't find it.

Thanks again........
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