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Creating and Loading a form

Posted on 2002-07-07
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I have been coding so, I will just get to the point. Here is my code:

Dim X as Form

X.Show

I get Run-Time Error 91, Object or Variable not set. How can I get this to work, code would help.
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Question by:Linky
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xSinbad earned 50 total points
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you have to set the form name;


Dim X as Form
set x = Form1
X.Show

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Or :
Dim X as new Form1
x.show
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by:Linky
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Both of those do not work. xSinbad, I get Object required (Error 424). And nahumd, you have a good method but that is not what I was looking for. Thanks though.
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by:Linky
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I fixed it. Thanks for your help.
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