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Hello ,
in how can i open second  form while first form is open.

lets say if first screen is login form and once login is done i would like to open another form how can i do that.

THanks,
shri
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Use the Show method of the form

such as--> frmName.Show

where frmName is the name of your form you want to show.
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thanks
shri
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