Displaying a form within a form.

This may not be possible, but it would be very handy if I could display a form inside another form.  So I would like the contents (controls) of Form1 and Form2 to show in the main form.
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TimCotteeHead of Software ServicesCommented:
This is the MDI interface, simply create and MDI parent and some MDI child forms and they will appear in the main form.

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You do this by creating forms as user controls, instead of normal VB forms.

You can then include the user controls anywhere you'd like ... on a form by themselves, or as a subset of a form with other contents.
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