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splash screen and further?

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If i select by properties the splash screen first than the splash sreen ends and my application also what type of code do i need to close splash and open frmMAIN ?
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lets say your splash screen is called frmSplash and your main form is frmMain:

In the code for frmSplash enter this code:

Private Sub frmSplash_Unload(Cancel As Integer)
    frmMain.Show
End Sub


When you close the splash screen it will cause frmMain to show up

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