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yup! its all about the collection! :)
but i don't know why it caused that problem. because my collection only contains textboxes.

thanks! i'll just double the original points. :)
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corvanderlinden earned 400 total points
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Your collection contains references to Textboxes. I suppose these are on the form.

So now you have a circular reference, because your form holds the collection and the collection holds your form (through the textboxes)

Good luck !!
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thank you thank you thank you! :D
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