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I want to open a second form, which in some cases opens a third form. That works fine, but the second form is always on top. And I want the 3. form to show on top. I will there select someting, close this form, and then want to show form2.  
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Where do I have to place this line? I tried it before form3.show and in sub form3_load( )?
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It would have to be after the form3.show in the form3_load event.
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